Be a part of our guided conversation focused on diversity and inclusion in the channel.
Thursday, October 8, 2020
2:00 – 4:00 p.m. EDT/ 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. PDT
During this time of national reckoning, many of us are seeking safe spaces to have difficult — but crucial — conversations about race. Professional facilitator Tracie Jae, founder of the 100 Voices and Hear Our Voices community dialogue events, is now curating virtual spaces for groups and individuals looking for opportunities to engage with one another in a grace-filled atmosphere.
So often our discussions on these subjects happen in a vacuum and we recycle our same understanding without hearing from others who may see the world through a different lens.
This guided conversation on Thursday, October 8, is designed to offer a brave and safe space for the channel community to engage in a challenging discussion. Our common goal is mutual respect and understanding, rather than agreement and consensus.
Tracie Jae believes the world can be a better place if we focus on human to human interactions. As the lead rebel for The Quiet Rebel LLC, she curates authentic, grace-filled conversations centered on difficult subjects. Her current offering is a national, growing and ongoing conversation on race and culture known as the Voices Project.
Before launching The Quiet Rebel, Tracie earned a bachelor’s degree in business management and a master’s degree in strategic communication and leadership. Her commitment to service spans over two decades of voluntary and paid work in Houston’s nonprofit sector.
Presented in partnership with Allies of the Channel Council and Xposure Inclusion & Diversity Council.
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