Event Details

Communicators’ role in interrupting racism in the workplace

PRSA Oregon


5331 SW MACADAM AVE, SUITE 258, PMB 111 , Portland, OR 97239

Start Date: 08/11/2020 11:00 a.m.

End Date: 08/11/2020 12:15 p.m.

Public relations professionals play a vital role in influencing organizational decisions, behaviors and outcomes. There is no greater outcome than a society that is free of racism and hate. On August 11, join PRSA Oregon’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee to learn about communicators’ role in interrupting racism in the workplace. The webinar features Serilda Summers-McGee, MBA, M.Ed, founder of Workplace Change, who will share tips and case studies, and answer your questions about racism in the workplace. Objectives: - Learn to recognize the differences between bias and racism. - Identify systemic racism that is hidden in policies and procedures. - Tips for cultivating a community of change. About the speaker: Serilda Summers-McGee is the Founder and Principal of Workplace Change, LLC, a Human Resources consultancy created to guide, advise, and encourage the business world through internal as well as external growth and transition, while incorporating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into HR systems. Serilda has been an HR/DEI innovator for over 15 years, honing her ability to identify challenges and opportunities while teaching the masses how to be better leaders. She has inspired thousands to create, embrace, and mobilize lasting organizational change.

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