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"I Have A Voice"

"I Have A Voice"

2020-08-0501:06:10

In this episode as our final session of the first learning series related to race and inclusion, we engaged in a great conversation where we had members from our Bowtie Community come to the panel to share their voice, reflections of previous topics, questions, and most important action they are taking in their lives around building a more diverse and inclusive world. Check out this conversation, several powerful and vulnerable moments shared by our all star panel. Many thanks to our panelists: Melody St. John of Hollywood, CA -Immediate Past District Governor of District 5280, Ofek Nuriel of Nahariya, Israel- RIQ Zone Coordinator & Founder of Hear My Story Project , Dr. Lia Uribe of Fayetteville, AR- Associate Dept. Chair & Professor of Music, University of Arkansas, Sydney Schilling of Portland, OR- Director, Big West Rotaract Board, and Amy Sylla of Toronto, ON, CN- Digital Marketing Specialist & Founder of @brownsugartalkbyamytTo learn more about the Bowtie Conversation community, please subscribe to the channel or check out https://www.bowtieleadership.com/audio-resources Connect with Host Dr. "Bowtie" Todd: https://www.instagram.com/dr.bowtietodd/?hl=en https://linktr.ee/dr.bowtietodd
While COVID-19 has affected individuals of all ages, genders and races, the virus and strive for inclusion continues to be a concern for our more vulnerable communities: seniors, individuals experiencing homelessness, people of color and low-income households. As we strive for inclusion today and beyond COVID-19, we must be sure to include ALL. Join us for a community conversation with national leaders from civic rights organizations, indigenous community, LGBTQ, Faith, Disabilities, and more about this important topic.Many thanks to our panelists: David Newman, Senior Counsel at Pitblado Law‬ , Rev. ‬Dr. Denise , CEO of JustTalk, Michele Clopper, Director of Disability Resources at Harvard University, and Ray B. Shakelford, Nation Urban League Young Professionals PresidentTo learn more about the Bowtie Conversation community, please subscribe to the channel or check out https://www.bowtieleadership.com/audio-resources Connect with Host Dr. "Bowtie" Todd: https://www.instagram.com/dr.bowtietodd/?hl=en https://linktr.ee/dr.bowtietodd
This #bowtieconvo was a respectful, open, and honest conversation with Old White Men about Race and Inclusion. We discussed the moment of realization for social change throughout their lifetime and effective ways and action steps for white men to take in today's society. I encourage you not to shy away from engaging white men of all backgrounds in the conversation about race and inclusion, age is number and maturity is a mindset, some may be open and some may not, but we will never know if we don't try.An all-star panel joined this conversation with years of experience in various professions and services to their community: Jeffry Cadorette, Charles Killian, Paul Reagan, and Mike Farabelli.  If you didn't get a chance to catch it live, please subscribe, listen, and share with others. To join or learn more about the Bowtie Conversation community, please subscribe to the channel or check out https://www.bowtieleadership.com/audio-resources Connect with Host Dr. "Bowtie" Todd: https://www.instagram.com/dr.bowtietodd/?hl=en https://linktr.ee/dr.bowtietodd
In this episode of the Bowtie Conversation, we discussed the importance of talking to children about race and inclusion. We learned parents are children’s introduction to the world, and educators are facilitators. What they see you do is as important as what they hear you say. Like language, prejudice is learned over time. In helping your child recognize and confront racial bias, you should first consider your own and many things around the conversation and exposure to inclusion. For this conversation we were joined by an all-star panel of educators and parents: The Franklin Family (Parents and Educators), Mr. Barry White (Popularized as “The Handshake Teacher”), Dr. Isha Metzger (Professor an Clinical Psychologist), and Rian Reed (CEO of Rian Reed & Co.) Please subscribe, listen, and share with others.To join or learn more about the Bowtie Conversation community, please subscribe to the channel or check out: https://www.bowtieleadership.com/audio-resources Connect with Host Dr. "Bowtie" Todd: https://www.instagram.com/dr.bowtietodd/?hl=en https://linktr.ee/dr.bowtietodd
We learned more about the diversity, equity, and inclusion profession and trends in this episode of the Bowtie Conversation. We discussed the meaning of diversity, equity, and inclusion, the background of roles, operations, and recommendations organizations and individuals can take to champion DEI on and off the clock.  This conversation joined by an all-star DEI panelist and my friends Steven Johnson of American Airlines, Alexis Kerr of Cadillac, Reginald Miller of VF Corporations, and Jennifer Brown of Jennifer Brown Consulting. Participants have commented on how interesting and all that goes into the diversity and inclusion profession, understanding of the terms and strategies to build DEI in workplaces and service organizations. If you didn’t get a chance to catch it live, please subscribe, listen, and share with others. To join or learn more about the Bowtie Conversation community, please subscribe to the channel or check out https://www.bowtieleadership.com/audio-resources Connect with Host Dr. "Bowtie" Todd: https://www.instagram.com/dr.bowtietodd/?hl=en https://linktr.ee/dr.bowtietodd**We apologize for the technical glitches and delays during the video!
The first BowtieConvo webinar covered a range of critical topics around whiteness and allyship, which could sometimes be difficult to discuss. This interactive webinar invites you to reflect and define white privilege, allyship, and effective ways to engage as a white person who cares. We discussed whiteness as a racial identity with the understanding that acknowledging whiteness and the privilege and power attached to it is a necessary step in working toward racial justice and building inclusivity.For this conversation, we were joined by an all-star panel and my friends:D&I Speaker/Consultant/Author/Cheese Lover - Jess Pettitt  @JessPettitt  Canadian Entrepreneur & Changemaker - Stefan Kollenberg  @stefankbergProfessional Speaker- Tina VanSteenbergen  @TinaRaeVanAuthor/Speaker/Coach - James Robilotta  @JamesTRoboTo join or learn more about the Bowtie Conversation community, please subscribe to the channel or check out https://www.bowtieleadership.com/audio-resources Connect with Host Dr. "Bowtie" Todd: https://linktr.ee/dr.bowtietodd .**We apologize for the technical glitches and delays during the video!
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