Presentation Recap | Men of Color: The Intersection of Culture, Authenticity and the Workplace
Posted on February 15, 2023
View the first of a three-part, professional development experience focused on how businesses and organizations can work toward racial diversity and social impact in Central New York. A panel of local and national experts explore the ambiguity of being a man of color in the workplace.
The session also includes a discussion on the opportunities and challenges that arise at the intersections of culture, authenticity and self-expression. Panelists discuss what it means to be an ally in the workplace, how to be a more inclusive manager or colleague, and how equity work can drive business success.
Sponsored by Berkshire Bank.
- Keonte Coleman, director of assessment and program overview, assistant professor, Syracuse University Newhouse School of Communications
- Ryan Williams, director of operations at Good Life Foundation, founder and lead consultant, RAW Consulting
- Jeremy Morris, Senior Counsel, White Collar Litigation, Taft Law
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