Tue, Jul 14 | Webinar

REDO - Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture

Due to technical difficulties, we were able to reschedule this webinar. Join us as we learn from Kay Suarez, Equity in the Center's Executive Director how we can help shift organizational culture toward race equity. 
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REDO - Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture

Time & Location

Jul 14, 2020, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

About the Event

Equity in the Center's research is designed to support leaders as they build and expand their organization’s capacity to advance race equity. In this webinar, Kerrien Suarez explores key findings on how to operationalize equity and build an equity-aware culture within organizations, showing key research findings as well as practices that can shift organizational culture toward race equity. Join us for this free training and help us strengthen our local community through your leadership! 

Meet the Speaker

Kerrien is executive director of Equity in the Center, a field-wide initiative to influence social sector leaders to shift mindsets, practices, and systems to achieve race equity. EiC envisions a future where nonprofit and philanthropic organizations advance race equity internally while centering it in their work externally. It recently published Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture, which details management and operational levers organizations utilize to transform culture.

Her focus on diversity, inclusion and equity developed through work with Surge Institute, Camelback Ventures, EdFuel and National Black Child Development Institute, where she supported emerging and established leaders and social entrepreneurs of color.  

A management consultant with 20 years of experience, Kerrien led engagements to refine programs and scale impact for national nonprofits, including The First Tee and AARP ExperienceCorps, while at Community Wealth Partners, where she also coached grantees of the Annie E. Casey, Wells Fargo and Robert Wood Johnson foundations on issues ranging from organizational capacity and sustainability to place-based collective impact.

 Kerrien is a graduate of Harvard College and London School of Economics. You can follow her on Twitter at @klrs98 and @equityinthectr.

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