United States of America

Unconscious Bias
Thursday, March 4 | 6:30 to 7:30 pm MST
Registration closes at midnight March 4!

REGISTER NOW | Zoom Link will be sent morning of March 4

FREE to attend!

Carolyn Love, PhD, is the founder of Kebaya Coaching & Consulting.  Her company focusses on enhancing leadership talent in organizations, creating equitable ad inclusive workplaces, and facilitating meaningful and sustainable change.  Carolyn  served as the executive director and CEO of three nonprofit organizations in the Denver area.  She currently teaches in the Master of Nonprofit Management program at Regis University.  As a consultant, trainer and leadership coach, she facilitates workshops and trainings on leadership, equity, diversity, inclusion and creating cultures of belonging.  Internationally, she presented workshops at La Universidad Anãhuac in Mexico City, Mexico, and University of Stellenbosch Business School in Bellville, South Africa, on non-governmental leadership and change

 "The problem in my life and other people's lives is not the absence of knowing what to do but the absence of doing it." Peter Drucker.  In this dialogue session we will discuss bias and micro-aggressions and what they mean within the context of building meaningful relationships with people who are different from you.