Speaking | Conference workshops, network meetings, and community collaborative sessionsIntroductory and skill-based racial equity sessions
Conferences and other meetings are a way to offer a brief introduction to racial equity as an organizational practice. In my experience, it can take an organization up to three (sometimes more) introductory experiences with a facilitator and an approach before they are ready to commit. While conference (or network sessions) are insufficient for doing a deep dive on race or race equity, they can provide staff with the space to explore the concepts and ask good questions.
A conference session engagement with me includes agenda planning, materials preparation, virtual facilitation, and a post-meeting session follow-up.
My most frequently requested sessions include:
Why Race Still Matters in Our Communities
Racial Equity in Practice — For Human Resource Professionals
Race in the Workplace — Strategies for Building Equity-Centered Work
Communicating About Race Effectively — Strategies for Disaggregating Data
Planning and Design
Post-meeting action plan
How Clients Use this Service
Clients book me for conference workshops, network meetings, or community collaborative sessions to introduce racial equity as a practice, to make space to determine strategies to advance racial equity, or to deepen expertise on specific skills.
A typical workshop runs from 2 hours to a half-day of meeting time. Rates start at $2,500.
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