[PAST EVENT] Underrepresentation in the Workplace: Soul Capacity for Social Justice
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Centering social justice lies at the heart of many folks’ work. And it requires enormous energy, heart, and hard work. As we continue to navigate exhaustion, uncertainty, and an ever-changing pace of life, our ability to be present for ourselves and tend to our personal health and wellness is more important than ever. Tamisha Williams, M.Ed. ‘10 will lead a conversation, especially for those in helping professions, about ways to build your capacity for the essential work that lies ahead.
Tamisha Williams M.Ed. '10
Director of Equity and Community Initiatives
The Potomac School
This event is part of William & Mary’s Professionals Week (February 22-26). All week long, we're celebrating our Tribe network and professional affinities. No matter what stage of your career you're in, join us for events online and let us know your professional achievements and goals by posting on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter using the hashtag #OneTribeOneNetwork.
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