Dr. Milo Dodson is a Licensed Psychologist and serves as Senior Manager of Diversity & Inclusion and Community Outreach for Belkin International, Inc. In this role, he develops, deploys, and sustains D&I programs and community engagement strategies at the local, regional, and global levels, focused on inclusive behaviors and business practices. In collaboration with key executives and senior leaders, Dr. Dodson leverages organizational design and development expertise to introduce best practices to attract, retain, and develop diverse talent company-wide.Dr. Dodson is a committed advocate for service-based leadership, directing Hip-Hop artist Common’s Dreamers and Believers Summer Youth Camp for nearly six years, and volunteering for both Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Camp and Kenny Stills’ Still Growing Summit. He contributed an original essay to April Ryan’s book At Mama's Knee: Mothers and Race in Black and White, speaks as an invited guest for radio stations and keynotes, including a panel with Kerry Washington, Nnamdi Asomugha, and Yesi Ortiz for the movie Crown Heights. Dr. Dodson’s unique pedigree as a Counseling Psychologist informs his empowering approach for improving companies’ diversity, equity, and inclusion commitments.Dr. Dodson co-hosts a podcast with nationally acclaimed radio personality Yesi Ortiz called Mental Health is R.E.A.L. (Reflecting Empathy and Love) to discuss wellness, mental health, and social justice.