Sat, Apr 03 | Online Event

Cultural Humility & Belonging

How do we make earned and unearned privilege visible as we unpack and reframe it to move forward in cultivating spaces of allyship and belonging?
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Time & Location

Apr 03, 2:00 PM
Online Event

About the Event

Cultural

Humility &

Belonging

How do we make earned and unearned privilege visible as we unpack and reframe it to move forward in cultivating spaces of allyship and belonging?

facilitated by

Donald Proby

Donald Proby is the Senior Director of Training at Coro Northern California and has a long history working in higher education, leadership development, and diversity, inclusion, and belonging. He is an adjunct professor in leadership and conflict resolution at St. Mary’s College and San Francisco State University.

In a world where power imbalances exist, cultural humility is a process of openness and self-critique to recognize and accept biases and assumptions.

Virtual Experience

An interactive presentation with Q&A, presented via Zoom Webinar.

Connie Alexander, Co- Founder and Co- Executive Director of Gateway Educational Services, a local non-profit preparing kids for college with a vision for equity in education.

Jennifer Steinwurtzel, owner of Jake & Jones

boutique in downtown Santa Barbara. Jen and her team have begun to reeducate themselves, confront their internal biases, and adjust their business to become anti- racist.

Registration is Closed

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