Events  Deals  Jobs 
    Sign in  
 
 
With Judy Pryor-Ramirez (Asst Dean, Bard MBA In Sustainability).
Wednesday, December 15, 2021 at 06:00 PM   Absolutely Free   Venue, 150 Broadway
 
     
 
 
              

  
 
Sign up for our awesome New York
Tech Events weekly email newsletter.
   
EVENT DETAILS
As we begin to look toward the new year, there is no better time to recommit to creating a more equitable workplace. The first step? Building your anti-racism toolkit.



Join LMHQ & the Bard MBA in Sustainability program for an in-person workshop exploring the concepts of anti-racism, intersectionality, systemic racism, & the system of white supremacy. Attendees will also specifically examine how anti-racist leadership practices are critical for business leaders in the sustainability field & beyond.



By the end of this prerequisite, students will be able to:

Distinguish between non-racist & anti-racist stance
Identify the ways systemic/structural racism contributes to racial inequities that limit and/or prevent equal access & opportunities
Understand how anti-racist leadership practicies are critical for the sustainability field


The workshop is designed for both current sustainability professionals & those interested in working in the sustainability field.


About Our Workshop Leader:

Judy Pryor-Ramirez is an Assistant Dean, Bard MBA in Sustainability, & faculty member in leadership with a focus on racial justice. She is the founder & principal of an organizational development consultancy that specializes in serving small & newly formed social change organizations led by BIPOC executives & leadership initiatives at higher education institutions. Judy's perspective on business, leadership, & racial justice is informed by her experience as a small business owner, two-time former executive director, & prior work in multiple institutional contexts - from government & nonprofit to academia.

Judy is the co-author of two racial justice digital humanities projects: Brooklyn Historical Society's Crossing Borders, Bridging Generations curriculum project (2015) & Emerson College's Hidden Figures Syllabus project (2017).
 
 
 
 
© 2021 GarysGuide      About    Feedback    Press    Terms