On August 19, I will discuss anti-racism and the arts with fellow women of color working in marketing and communications.
We posted black squares on our social media accounts for #blackouttuesday, but what now? One thing that we can all do is educate ourselves, whether that's reading books and articles or listening to videos and podcasts.
I have been hesitant to post on social media this past week because I didn't think it would be helpful. Aren't I preaching to the choir? Isn't everyone just re-sharing the same handful of posts?
I recently attended an event hosted by Young Nonprofit Professionals Network Los Angeles, where I am now a member and active volunteer.
After accepting a new position on the West Coast, I talk about some of the things I have been doing to build my network in Los Angeles.
I attended the American Express Leadership Academy Alumni Summit 2018, which invited 72 delegates from around the world to discuss best practices and participate in workshops.
I share key takeaways from the American Express Leadership Academy, a leadership development program facilitated in partnership with the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL).
Read tips from a recent workshop I led about networking and the job search.
Read key takeaways from the Emerging Leaders of New York Arts and Young Professionals in the Arts Women in the Arts Mentorship Workshop: Negotiation.
I share three books that I recently read that have been helpful both professionally and personally.