Bobbie Carlton, Celina Caesar-Chavannes and Joy Rain
We will be discussing the importance of visibility for our “unusual suspects”. Women, people of color, people with disabilities, and others are not the stereotype for many roles in our daily lives. Seeing yourself represented on a stage, or in a meeting, can be crucial for implementing diversity and inclusion changes. Sharing your equity and inclusion story can be crucial to expressing your authentic self.
· The greater impact of visibility on diversity & inclusion
· The importance of being your authentic self
· How to tell your story to create a space for equity & inclusion