This session, “Right Within: How to Heal from Racial Trauma in the Workplace, with Minda Harts,” marks the fifth installment of our Intersectional Learning Series, part of our larger Practitioners for Change program that’s powered by Capital One.
Marginalization at work can take a toll on our productivity, sense of belonging, and trust in our voices and capacity. In short, marginalization can be exhausting, and it often leads to burnout. How can we break this cycle? Join author, speaker, and founder/ CEO of The Memo LLC, Minda Harts, as she helps us answer this question. This session is for anyone who has felt isolated—in any way, shape or form—in the workplace, and for anyone trying to make sure no one feels this way in the workplace!
Minda is an advocate of women of color in the workplace who, prior to founding The Memo had a 15-year career in fundraising. Today, she also provides thought leadership as a Career Advice Columnist for Well & Good, she runs a podcast called “Secure the Seat,” and serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at NYU Wagner. She’s been featured on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Fast Company, The Guardian, Time Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, and more.
Based on her new book, Right Within, this session will help us understand how to begin strengthening our resolve and begin finding our voices in difficult situations. By the end of this talk, we will be equipped with the tools to not only heal ourselves but heal the workplace as well. Let’s hear listen to what Minda has to say!download resource