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My Gender Works - Feb. 6

6 to 7:30 p.m., Isabella Cannon Room

Elon panelists will speak to their experiences in the workplace during "My Gender Works" at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6 in the Isabella Cannon Room, Center for the Arts. Panelists will focus on situations they have faced related to their gender and other identities, and give students insights into how to navigate such situations. Carla Ugboro, associate director of human resources for employee relations and Title IX coordinator, will moderate the panel.

Panelists include: Vanessa Bravo, assistant professor of communications; Alexa Broderick '13, director of recruitment learning and development at Teach for America, founder and principal consultant at The Equity Paradigm; India Johnson, assistant professor of psychology; Mary Morrison, assistant dean of Campus Life/director of the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement; and Kirstin Ringelberg, professor of art history. 

After the large group panel, each panelist will also lead a small group topic:

  • Being a woman who is Latina, Costa Rican, a foreigner, and a speaker of English as a second language: pros and cons in the workforce - Vanessa Bravo
  • Intersectionality: Understanding your experience through multiple lenses of your identity - Alexa Broderick
  • How to handle your first job - Mary Morrison
  • Allyship and mentorship - India Johnson
  • Coming out (as LGBTQIA or other) in the workplace - Kirstin Ringelberg

If you are interested in how to navigate the workforce regarding your gender, or if you want to learn how to better support women and non-binary people in the workforce, please attend this panel. #MyGenderWorks

College2Career members will earn an objective for attending.

Co-sponsored by the Gender & LGBTQIA Center. 

More information here.

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