“Navigating identity and career as a BIPOC professional” career development sessions from UWAA

Othello-UW Commons, in partnership with UW Alumni Association, is proud to present career development sessions focused on BIPOC work experiences. Engage with fellow BIPOC professionals and participate in engaging presentations designed to inspire and support you through your career journey. Hear from BIPOC experts on topics affecting people of color as they navigate the realities of the modern workforce. Real people, real issues, real talk. Registration for one or all of these webinars is $10; free for UWAA members and friends of Othello-UW Commons.

Learn more and register here.

“The Only”

FEB. 16 | 5:30 P.M. PT

How do you thrive in a work environment where you feel like “The Only” in a room? Executive coach Aiko Bethea shares how she has navigated leadership roles in government, philanthropic and corporate sectors as a woman of color and how to carve your own path as a leader.

Storytelling as a Career Asset

FEB. 18 | 5:30 P.M. PT

Sylvia Artiga Monreal helps you develop a key tool for sharing your strengths, identity and potential, so you can master that most dreaded and predictable job interview question: “Tell me about yourself.”

Demystifying DEI Recruiting

FEB. 23 | 5:30 P.M. PT

Human resource leaders give an insider’s perspective on how to navigate the hiring and recruitment processes as BIPOC job seekers. The goal? An employer that walks the walk when it comes to diversity, equity and inclusion.

Self-Preservation in the Workplace

FEB. 25 | 5:30 P.M. PT

Self-care isn’t all massages and cucumber water.  Jodi-Ann Burey confronts the real cultural challenges facing BIPOC professionals, while providing useful strategies to balance workplace experiences and authentic self.

 

 

 

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Dan Poux (He/Him) Career Coach Dan Poux (He/Him)