Being A Black Woman in Corporate AmericaBy Her Agenda Staff
Jun. 16 2020, Published 8:00 p.m. ET
Maintaining professionalism, biting our tongues, holding back tears, trying not be enraged and nurturing our mental health while we have been enduring a pandemic and racism during these last few months has been completely exhausting. It can’t be overstated how much the world needs black women and how much we need each other especially during times like these.
Join ColorVision, Wednesday June 17th, at 6 pm for a healing session and virtual conversation. Listen to gems from our speakers: Elicia Azali (Chief Revenue Officer, The General), Courtney Connley ( CNBC News Reporter) Amber Glenn (Director, FTI Consulting) Cordelia Banny ( Development Consultant and Speaker) & Joy R. Robinson (Therapist, Speaker, Author). Moderated by Sararuth Delice. This is a safe space.
We will be discussing a range of topics including the following:
1.) What to do when you feel stuck in a job that does not care about you?
2.) Climbing the corporate ladder as a black woman, is it possible and steps to take to accomplish it
3.) Advice on breaking into a predominantly white industry
4.) Corporate Activism: You’ve gotten your foot in the door, now what can you do to help change the company
5.) How to approach diversity and inclusion topics during a job interview
6.) How to cope with your mental health during such challenging times
You'll receive a zoom link upon RSVP