February 7, 2023
10:00 am - 12:00 pm PST
(90-minute webinar followed by a 30-minute Q&A)
Note: if you register with your work email be sure you can receive groups emails and confirmation. If not, use personal email.
Disrupting racism is challenging for both white folks and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color). White folks may be scared of saying the right thing and folks of color usually have to consider their psychological and physical safety in the moment. We invite you to join us in this session where we will give you tools to disrupt racism in the moment and how that can have ripple effects in your interpersonal relationships and workplace culture.
No refunds are given after registration. If there is another series, people can transfer to that one if they can no longer attend this one.
Andrea Lising Paull, M.Ed., has been facilitating workshops centered on racial equity, building cultural capacity and transformation for the past 16 years, and has dedicated her life to supporting leaders who are committed to creating extraordinary results towards an equitable world. She has worked with Seattle University, United Way, Forum for Theological Exploration, Everett Community College, YMCAs of Snohomish County and Treehouse, among others.
Andrea is also a certified member of the International Coaching Federation.
Fleur Larsen started facilitating 20 years ago on challenge course programs with youth and adults. Her style is based on sharp analysis, flexible thinking, joy, and purposeful results. Her work is relationship-based with connection, collaboration, and community as integral elements to reach goals. Currently, she works with several corporate and nonprofit groups facilitating retreats, trainings and workshops in addition to one-on-one coaching.
Fleur's work as a Seattle-based national facilitator is focused on equity, social justice, diversity and inclusion, team building, emotional intelligence, experiential education and community development.