Head of Diversity at McCann Attributes Career Success to Motherhood and Mentorships

Singleton Beato knows a thing or two about hard work. She paid her way through undergrad and graduate school out of her own pocket all while having a full course load, a full-time executive level job, and a newborn child at home. But it wasn’t her multiple degrees or her career transition from the human resources world into the diversity and inclusion sector that had the most impact on career success. “The most pivotal moment for me was becoming a mom.  I was well into my career and [it] gave me a sense of purpose and determination to do well at work so that my son would have the opportunities in life that I didn’t have.”