International Women's Day 2021
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7:00pm we will offer an International Fashion showcase incorporating music and dance followed by a live panel discussion at 8:00pm centered around the showcase and how it intersects with this year's International Women's Day theme.
International Women's Day 2021 #ChooseToChallenge
International Women's Day 2021 #ChooseToChallenge// For International Women’s Day this year, we’re talking about #Choose To Challenge. If there is one thing 2020 has taught us, it’s that we have to challenge antiquated systems more now than ever. In 2021, as we think about how we want to live now, we have to challenge convention so we don’t go back to our old definitions of what matters, because they just didn’t work for far too many of us. We have to challenge the idea that certain groups just need more confidence to get ahead - when the reality is that when they do demonstrate confidence, we label them as bossy, strident and pushy or angry, aggressive and uppity. This inequity is an issue that has huge implications for the workplace and is something I cover in ‘The Con Job: Getting Ahead for Competence in a World Obsessed with Confidence’. #morecompetence Get in touch with me if you think you or your audience would like to hear more. In the meantime, happy IWD- enjoy! FIND OUT MORE ABOUT 'THE CON JOB' BOOK: www.inclusiq.com/products/the-con-job www.inclusiq.com/pages/speaking TWEET THIS VIDEO: ctt.ac/ciduB Share some love on our social channels INSTAGRAM www.instagram.com/inclusiq_/ TWITTER twitter.com/SDoyleMorris twitter.com/InclusIQ LINKED IN www.linkedin.com/in/suzannedoylemorris/ www.linkedin.com/company/inclusiq-institute/ FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/Inclusiq-1485712428379726/ youtu.be/1s4Vyhz3294 #ChooseToChallenge #internationalwomensday2021 #IWD2021
- Crystal Ifekoya
- Crystal Ifekoya
Crystal Ifekoya is the CEO and Founder of WHOW (Women Helping Other Women), the owner of BOSS Encounters, and is on the board of BWBOA Black Women Business Owners of America. She co-organized the Tulsa Women’s March.
- Leeann Crosby
Lee Ann Crosby holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and Family Science from OSU and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health and Human Relations From the University of Oklahoma. Current Director of Tulsa Women’s March.
- Felisa Hilbert
Felisa Hilbert is a former nurse and educator and bilingual assistant for BAPS for 15 years. She is an advocate for education, committed to teaching families how to better their lives.
- Vanessa Hall Harper
Vanessa Hall Harper is currently a Manager for The Tulsa Health Department and a Political Science Adjunct Professor at Tulsa Community College.
- Sarah Adams-Cornell
Sarah Adams-Cornell is an advocate for Native American culture, education and rights. She is a citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and serves on the Board of Directors for Sovereign Community School where she focuses on community engagement.
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