Rayshauna Gray channels her creativity into her work with Harvard, Tufts, and the Cambridge Historical Society. She spent two years serving on MassNOW's Legislative Task Force supporting Massachusetts' Pay Equity, Anti-Shackling, Healthy Youth, and Trans Equal Access and Public Accommodations bills. She's currently writing Roseland, a book about the last 200 years of the nation's history through seven generations of women in her family. After years of struggling with imposter syndrome, she developed The Heart Work, a framework for challenging self-sabotage and harsh self-criticism.
Ladies Lounge | Confronting Imposter Syndrome
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