Chapter Meeting | January 29, 2021 | 8am - 9am
Understanding, respecting & engaging in allyship
Errika Flood Moultrie, CEO & Principal
Having well-connected peers across different groups proves to benefit men and women, according to research in the Harvard Business Review, but it goes on to report that women who also have an inner circle of close female contacts are more likely to find more success professionally gaining executive positions with higher pay.
However, when we talk about these gains it can be assumed, quite incorrectly, that this fits for all women regardless of race, ethnicity or the intersections of gender. This is incorrect.
Research has shown that Black women face specific and particular professional advancement obstacles. This requires their white counterparts to support Black women to overcome workplace bias and even more importantly not foster the perpetuation of those obstacles.
Join us to hear from Errika as she talks about ways to not perpetuate the bias, obstacles and foster support and the elimination of those barriers faced uniquely by Black women.
|Errika Flood Moultrie is the Founder of ConnectThree. An experienced consultant and coach with extensive knowledge in nonprofit management, program and fund development, capacity building, and leadership development, she holds a Masters in Organizational Management from Dallas Baptist University. Having held key leadership positions in top national, local and regional agencies of the nonprofit sector, ConnectThree was founded out of her experience, proven executive skills and passion for empowering nonprofit leaders to pursue personal purpose while leading with visionary excellence.
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