Adrienne Michelle is a licensed therapist and expert in diversity and inclusion. She received her Master’s Degree from Thomas Jefferson University and as a therapist, facilitator and speaker found herself being consulted with for many efforts of D&I. Her passion stems from being a facilitator for over ten years, educating communities about diversity and inclusion with an emphasis on race, gender and sexual diversity. She has been a guest educator at several major universities such as UNCG, NCCU & Duke; has trained over 700 professionals advocating for positive representation in all areas of sexual, racial and gender diversity and inclusion. She strives to continue her advocacy by using an intersectional perspective as a therapist, educator, and speaker throughout her career.
Maintaining Mental Health During COVID-19
We talk to mental health and wellness practitioners to discuss a combination of steps to improve your emotional health on your own and seeking professional support while you #wfh.
An event series aimed at having candid conversations about diversity, inclusion, and the future of work. Real-world challenges and practical solutions are explored.