Tomorrow's Leaders Equipped for Diversity : Kate Goldman

When

11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 31, 2020

Where

McClelland Hall Room 208

Kate Goldman, Director of People Services and Committee Chair of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with the Center for Biological Diversity 

Title: Diversity, Inclusion and Equity: how Microaggressions, Unconscious Bias and Fragility will cost you in business Kate Goldman, Director of People Services and Committee Chair of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with the Center for Biological Diversity

Abstract: In this workshop, attendees will not only learn the value of diverse, equitable and inclusive work spaces, but also how to spot unconscious bias, identify what microagressions look like in the workplace and give tools as to how to strategically and effectively overcome them.

Speaker Bio: Kate is Director of People Services for the Center for Biological Diversity headquartered here in Tucson, AZ  and serves as their Chair person for their Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee. She holds a Bachelor’s in Environmental Economics and MBA in International Business and carries over 10 years of D&I training, employee relations and HR experience. She also is the immediate Past-President of SHRM of Greater Tucson, as well as the Advocacy Director on the Board of the LGBT Chamber of Commerce.

Kate is dedicated to her calling to improve the quality of life and opportunities for all people, leading her to developing and delivering trainings on Microagressions in the Workplace, D&I and Leadership seminars. Her passion and work in D&I, both in the community as well as in organizations she’s been a part of, have defined her leadership style as inclusive and empowering. Kate is dedicated to cultivating trailblazers who protect the under-represented and improve rights for all.

 

RSVP no later than Wednesday, January 29, 2020

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