Intersectionality: Stories from Successful Leaders
July 27th, 12:00 p.m.
As we continue to grow and learn as leaders, please join us for a powerful conversation about Intersectionality and the way multiple identities affect the way leaders see the world, the workplace, and the community. Moderated by Daniel Zinnel (CLP '17), this program offers a foundational understanding of intersectionality, explored through open conversation with diverse Institute alumni, who will share how their multiple identities intersects and impacts their journey of leadership.
Panelist include Nina Richtman (CLP '18), Tar Macias (CLP '20), Emmanuel Smith (CC '17), Eugenia Kutsch-Stanton (CLP '15) and Greg Padget (CLP '14, CC '18).
As an attendee, you will:
1. Explore the way individuals’ multiple identities overlap and impact their approach to leadership.
2. Learn the way multiple identities interplay and are subject to systems of power that give privilege to certain people over others.
3. Identify ways to dismantle these oppressive systems of power to create a space of belonging and empathy for all in the workplace and community.
We hope that you will make time and space for this conversation. Continue your personal journey of learning and learn how you can be a catalyst for community change.
This event is brought to you by the joint efforts of the Alumni and Equity & Inclusion Committees. A special thank you to planners Ani Das (CLP '19), Addie Olson (CC '20) and Amanda Shetler (CC '18, CLP '20).