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).