Positive Disruption: Black Womxn In The Workplace
9

Tuesday, 9 March

1 2:15 pm EST

Miami (Online)


Questions? Read our FAQs

Positive Disruption: Black Womxn In The Workplace | March 9

Ericka Spradley Photo


Chief PowHer Officer and Founder, Confident Career Woman

Ashley Brooke James Photo


COO, Triluna

Falilah Aisha Bilal Photo


Founder, Water Flow Life

9

Tuesday, 9 March

1 2:15 pm EST

GA Raleigh (Livestream)

Online Class
Livestream
FREE!
Regular Ticket

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Event

Sexism is the discrimination of a person based upon gender through a lens of power and privilege in our culture. The most disrespected person in America is the Black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the Black woman. A powerful quote by Malcolm X that can still be applied to modern-day society. The story of Black womxn at work and in life is one of resilience and inspiration.

Join us for an intimate conversation surrounding toxicity in the workplace through the sense of a Black Womxn.

Takeaways

During this event, you'll be able to receive:

  • Life changing stories to shift perspectives

  • Advice to combat sexism and racism in the workplace

  • A space to connect and share similar experiences

Preparation

No preparation required

About the Speakers

Ericka Spradley Photo

Chief PowHer Officer and Founder,
Confident Career Woman

Ericka Spradley is the Chief PowHer Officer and Founder of Confident Career Woman - the premier consulting firm for corporations and the mid-career professional woman who desires to advance, better manage her career, and go further faster. She believes every woman should excel at work but more importantly, that every woman should know her worth. This notion serves as a catalyst for her online career course platform as well as her latest book “Confident Career Woman: Ditch Perfection, Play Bigger and Make PowHer Moves.”

As an experienced Coach, Author of 3 books, former Hiring Manager and Interview Trainer, not only does she offer long-term career guidance; she offers universal principles and transformational advice that helps clients uncover their competitive advantage in a way that maximizes their career.
As a result, at least 80% of Ericka's clients receive job offers and 100% of surveyed workshop attendees indicate their interviewing skills improved courtesy of her expertise. Her organizational partners include: Black Enterprise, Ellevate, DHG, LPL Financial, Novant Health and National Black MBA Association. In addition, she was recently selected as a featured Coach on Marigold, the #1 confidence app for women and her published articles have been accessed via Forbes.com, Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global, Yahoo! and The Ladders.

Feel free to visit ErickaSpradley.com or enroll in one of her online career courses at ConfidentCareerWoman.com

Ashley Brooke James Photo

COO,
Triluna

Ashley Brooke James is a 300-hour certified yoga instructor and COO of TRILUNA Wellness—a company dedicated to creating better corporate wellness programs and engaging communities to embrace a more inclusive version of wellness. After a long and stressful career as one of the southeast's top IT recruiters, Ashley left the corporate world behind and enrolled in her second yoga teacher training. Driven by a desire to change the face of healthcare and make yoga a more inclusive space she combined forces with her business partner Elizabeth Moore, who shared a similar vision. Today, TRILUNA is a local leader in solving how wellness and work can live in harmony and you’ll often find Elizabeth and Ashley leading workshops, hosting festivals, speaking at conferences, and executing panels on everything from diversity and inclusion to meditation for stress management.

Falilah Aisha Bilal Photo

Founder,
Water Flow Life

Falilah “Aisha” Bilal has worked joyously for over 30 years creating innovative, relevant evidence based strategies to transform, empower and develop individuals, systems, organizations and contemporary thought.

Refund Policy

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