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What We Believe…

InclusivelyHer is a multi-generational community that empowers professional women by teaching them how to advocate for themselves in the workplace.

We believe that diversity and inclusion are not mere buzz words and that intersectionality is the cornerstone of all good business.

We believe that being the only one -- in any work environment -- is not a virtue.

We believe that being in the room is only the beginning, we bring our full selves (opinions, ideas, perspectives --popular or not) to the table and at the head of the table.

We believe that we shouldn’t have to shrink ourselves to fit into places or step on our own words to make others comfortable.

We believe that busyness is not a work standard and wellness is a norm.

We believe that an individual perspective does not reflect the views of an entire race, population or gender.

We believe that new doesn’t necessarily mean innovative and that age is not a factor therein.

We believe that there is more than enough for us all.

We are InclusivelyHer.


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Welcome to InclusivelyHer, I’m Cynthia Harbor, my friends call me Cece.

Short version: I’m a sweet-tea drinking, shrimp and grits eating, storytelling, writing, book-loving, Southern woman who believes in God, equity, parity, and social justice. 


Not so short version: I’m an award-winning technology professional with 20 years of experience. I’m a certified project management professional and SCRUM Master who has excelled at business management and software implementation. I have managed large teams, small teams and everything in between.

InclusivelyHer is a passion project. 

I have degrees in journalism and mass communications, and I wanted to provide a platform where women are empowered to take charge of their stories. InclusivelyHer is a community that offers a safe space to discuss those issues.

I genuinely want to help light the pathway for other women. 

You can always connect with me, Cynthia, on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook. and LinkedIn.

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Cynthia "Cece" Harbor
Cynthia "Cece" Harbor is an award-winning technology management professional and TEDx speaker who lives in Atlanta, GA. InclusivelyHer, cultivates a space for women in STEM, it's truth telling, no fluff, all good stuff.