If you missed the conversation on March 22, you can watch the recording here:
How do race + gender + socioeconomic status + belief system + upbringing + orientation, and so many other pieces of our identity combine to inform how we show up in the world and at work?
Join us for our next After 6: Career Conversations event! We'll be talking about intersectionality at work.
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About the speakers:
Taylor-Rae Collins-Headley is the co-founder and EIC of Culture Shock, a multicultural marketing media start-up, Founder of the #BlackGirlBoss Mastermind, an online community for black women entrepreneurs worldwide, and CEO of V3 Inbound, a B2B marketing firm providing black small businesses and entrepreneurs with savvy digital marketing strategy. She is a graduate of Howard University and the University of Pennsylvania where she researched black cultural identity construction online.
Lakeisha Steele serves as a legislative assistant to the Vice Ranking Member on the House Education and Workforce Committee, U.S. Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR1), where she advises her on education, social services, and women and children issues. Prior to this position, Lakeisha served as a legislative aide on education issues to the Democratic Whip, United States Senator Richard J. Durbin (D-IL). Lakeisha also served as a graduate fellow to Senator Durbin on the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense and during his time on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Lakeisha has volunteered on campaigns for Obama for America and Senator Mark Warner (D-VA). Lakeisha also spent eight years working in the legal industry performing conflicts assessments for law firms. She holds a bachelor's degree from Western Illinois University and a Master of Public Administration from American University. Lakeisha is from Kankakee, Illinois and also hails from the beautiful city of Chicago.
Tiffany Waddell Tate is a career coach & professional development consultant, passionate about helping others develop themselves while adding value to organizations and the world. In addition to over a decade of work in Higher Education she is a trained speaker and facilitator adept in leading professional development efforts for underrepresented populations and millennials. She's been featured as a guest speaker for collegiate institutions, professional associations across the country, and within the private-sector, including Wake Forest University, the North Carolina Association of Colleges & Employers, The Eastern Association of Colleges & Employers, The Urban League, and IMG Sports Marketing Firm on a variety of professional development topics for college students, early career professionals, and executive leaders in transition. She is a master in coaching professionals to learn, lead, and grow at work, while being true to their authentic selves and building their personal brand.
Tyler Young is a writer and managing editor for ThePLUG, a daily tech newsletter covering diverse narratives from technologists and founders of color. Tyler is a South Carolina native where she completed her undergraduate studies at Winthrop University, earning a degree in Mass Communications. After college, she worked as a Station Specialist for Hearst Television in Charlotte and then went on to become a news producer covering local and national stories including Charlotte's mayoral corruption and the Charleston church shooting. Tyler is also known for her work as a freelance writer. In her spare time she loves writing scripts, binge-watching A Different World, or spending time with her family.