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Breaking Down Barriers and Empowering Women of Color
brochure: breaking down barriers

Women of color will make up 53 percent of the population by 2050, which makes closing the racial gap key to creating a society and workforce that will sustain U.S. competitiveness. This thought-provoking and diverse panel will discuss how women of color are shifting the dynamic in six critical areas: economic security, the wage gap, health, educational attainment, political leadership, and entrepreneurship.

Free, but reservations are required. Click REGISTER below or call (314) 361-9017 to sign up today!


Panelists include:

Head shot of Nicci RoachNicci Roach (moderator), Associate Vice President for Diversity & Inclusion, Senior Director for Community Engagement, Webster University

 

Head shot of Malaika HorneMalaika Horne, Ph.D., Founding director of the Executive Leadership Consortium – College of Business Administration, University of Missouri–St. Louis.

Head shot of Neelu PanthNeelu Panth, Development Director & Entrepreneurship Specialist, Better Family Life

 

Head shot of Esther GitukuiEsther Gitukui, Certified Nutritional Consultant

 

 

Head shot of Aida Harvey WingfieldAdia Harvey Wingfield, Professor of Sociology, Washington University

 

Presented in collaboration with Mosaic Ceiling

When: Thursday, May 25, at 6:30pm
Where: Lee Auditorium
How Much:Free
Tickets:[Register]
Exhibit(s): #1 in Civil Rights: The African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis
Brochure: breaking down barriers.pdf
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