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Workshop Via Zoom
White privilege is a thing, but
not the only thing. We all have power and privilege. This workshop examines the
many forms of power and privilege in the workplace, given our ethnicity, social
economic status, education level, and more. We will explore how to use our
power and privilege to better ourselves, to support others, and journey towards
becoming an accomplice. This interactive workshop will use breakout groups to
enhance discussion and build community.
Akilah Cadet is the Founder and CEO of Change Cadet consulting firm, which
offers a broad array of anti-racism and diversity services for companies and
global brands. Dr. Cadet has 15+ years in
management and building successful projects, teams, and leaders in the public
and private sectors. She is a 2021 Forbes Next 1000 Honoree and honored
as one of Staffing Industry Analysts’ (SIA) 2021 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Influencers. Forbes and the Wall Street Journal Diversity
and Business Newsletter have
featured her work. She has worked on federal, state, and privately funded
multimillion-dollar projects ranging from public health/healthcare to
education. She has spent an extensive part of her career designing training,
coaching executives, and informing systematic change to improve the workforce
experience for large organizations. Dr. Cadet holds a
Bachelor of Science in Health Education in Community Based Public
Health, a Master of Public Health, and a Doctorate of Health Sciences in
Leadership and Organizational Behavior. She lives in/loves Oakland, has a rare
heart condition, and is a proud Beyoncé advocate.
Sponsorships are available for this program for $350
and include logo on event registration page & flyer, thank you & logo
during welcoming remarks and closing remarks, and 5 free registrations for your
colleagues or clients. Click here to complete a sponsorship form or contact the office at office@ISPEBoston.org.