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All women are linked by their experiences of gender bias at work, as they face diverse, yet similar challenges in managing workplace politics, developing strategic alliances to break through the “good old boy” networks, and managing work life balance. Yet despite being in this together and all the talk about “women empowering women,” it can be hard to show up for each other as true authentic allies across race, gender identity, seniority, child status and more. Sometimes, you simply have no idea what to do or where to start. Let’s change that! 

Join Seena Hodges of The Woke Coach and an esteemed panel for an engaging, in-depth conversation about allyship, privilege, and the importance of true inclusion! Let’s do our part together to help create a culture of shared understanding and accountability by engaging in meaningful conversations that build bridges.

Panelists:

Sarah Grap, Director of Public Relations at Mall of America

Ra’essa Motala, Corporate Solutions Broker at Lee & Associates 

Anita Patel, Leadership Program Director Bush Foundation

Miquel Purvis McMoore, Managing Partner of kpCompanies

About The Woke Coach
The Woke Coach is a human resources partner offering insight, data, and tools to build more inclusive, engaging, and empowering environments for employees with an aim to create organizational change through individual transformations.

Seena Hodges is a connector who loves people and is passionate about equity, feminism, and access to brave spaces for all. Seena started The Woke Coach as she witnessed the Nation’s awakening to racial injustices. She saw an opportunity to help shepherd people through their transformational journeys, so we can all realize the American dream of being seen, heard, and validated every single day.

Seena is a trained equity, diversity and inclusion facilitator and a certified administrator The Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®)—the premier cross-cultural assessment of intercultural competence. 

The Details
Thu, July 25, 2019 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM CDT