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New Publication, DiverseCEO, Focuses on Issues of Diversity & Inclusion

DiverseCEO Celebrates, Informs Diverse D.C.-Area Executives
Newly launched DiverseCEO magazine Rick Khosla saw opportunity where others saw demise. “Some say that print media is dead,” said Khosla, publisher of newly-launched DiverseCEO. “Nothing could be further from the truth, especially when you design your publication to be equally accessible online as in print. It helps to also determine a niche, reaching an audience that nobody else is speaking to in quite the same way.”
With his new magazine, Khosla hopes to have done just that. DiverseCEO speaks to the needs of diverse C-level executives, while also celebrating their successes. Each month it will feature profiles of highly successful professionals, business trends and news, reviews of apps and tech gear and other topics of interest to Washington-area business leaders.
“This is not a magazine about how to attract and retain a diverse talent pool, or about diversity issues. It’s bigger than that. DiverseCEO is about connections, helping professionals learn from one another and do business together,” explained Khosla.
The first issue of this quarterly publication, available online at, includes interviews with Cvent’s Senior Vice President of Sales Bharet Malhotra and Tina Dante, CEO of The Metamorphosis Group. “From the Battlefield to the Boardroom,” the cover story, looks at helping returning veterans transition into the civilian workforce.
Khosla noted that inclusivity as a driver of innovation is a core theme in his company. “Even our definition of diversity is inclusive. Ethnicity, physical abilities, sexual orientation, age, gender, belief systems…it’s the full palette of all of the unique traits and capabilities that make up the rainbow of humanity,” he said.
“Our writers keep telling me how inspired they are by the people they interviewed, and how glad they are to be a part of this publication. We’re telling unique stories about extraordinary people. It’s very rewarding,” said Emily Guerrero, DiverseCEO editor-in-chief.
She added that DiverseCEO is accepting recommendations on topics and executives to feature in future issues. There are submission forms under “Contact Us” at
To view DiverseCEO online, visit Or, email to request a printed copy. There is no subscription fee for the inaugural issue. For information on advertising opportunities, email

DiverseCEO is the authoritative voice of the diverse executive, delivering strategic features on business management, diversity policies, pending legislation and profiles of the power players making waves in the marketplace. It is also a celebration of the innovation and inclusivity at the heart of the Washington, D.C. business community. DiverseCEO is a subsidiary of Diverse Media.