Annual Diversity Summit: Intersectionality in the Workplace
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When: Monday, August 5, 2019
8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Where: Two Gateway Center
603 Stanwix Street
Fourth Floor, North Wing
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15222
United States
Presenter: Angela N. Campbell, Ph.D., Executive Director, Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion, Carnegie
Contact: PHRA Office
412-261-5537


Online registration is available until: 8/5/2019
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Schedule

8:00 a.m.- Networking

8:30 a.m.- Program

10:30 a.m.- Program concludes

 

Investment

PHRA Members: $19

Nonmembers: $79

 

Goals and Objectives

In this two-hour, interactive workshop, Intersectionality in the Workplace, Angela N. Campbell, Ph.D., Executive Director, Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion, Carnegie Mellon University will introduce key tenets of intersectionality theory and guide participants through exercises that illustrate the insights of this important framework for studying and challenging intersecting systems of inequality — such as racism, sexism, classism, xenophobia, ableism, and heterosexism. The workshop will focus on applying intersectionality responsibly and in a variety of practices, including teaching, activism, and community partnerships.

 

About the Speaker: Angela Campbell earned her Ph.D. in Urban Education with an emphasis on the social context of education and gender identity development from Temple University. She developed an expertise in multicultural education, gender identity, and diversity and inclusion issues in higher education. Most recently, she served as the Assistant Dean for the School of Education, Assistant Professor of Education, and inaugural Co-Director of the Center for Urban Education, Equity and Improvement at Cabrini University. As Executive Director, Dr. Campbell will provide critical leadership for the Center team and initiatives as we continue this innovative partnership between the Division of Student Affairs and the Office of the Vice Provost for Education.

“Lifting as we climb” exemplifies her purpose-driven approach to teaching, scholarship, program development and educational leadership. Dr. Campbell is passionate about cultural competency education and strategic planning that effectively expands diversity, inclusion and equity across the institution. In her various roles, she has led faculty development seminars on racial and ethnic identity development, micro-aggressions, racial and gender socialization and inter-cultural competency trainings. She has also facilitated workshops on restorative justice, stereotype threat, inter-racial/ethnic healing, leading effective diversity, inclusion equity efforts and women’s leadership and empowerment.

Dr. Campbell is  an active scholar.  She has presented papers at American Educational Research Association (AERA), Research on Women and Girls in Education, the University of Pennsylvania’s Ethnography conferences, and the International Urban Education Conference. Dr. Campbell also published a book chapter in Black Feminism in Education: Black Women Speak Back, Up, & Out and co-authored a chapter on anti-racist service learning in Service-Learning Initiatives in Teacher Education Programs. She has written and presented on the #SayHerName campaign in efforts to advance human rights and liberation.“Lifting as we climb” exemplifies her purpose-driven approach to teaching, scholarship, program development and educational leadership. Dr. Campbell is passionate about cultural competency education and strategic planning that effectively expands diversity, inclusion and equity across the institution. In her various roles, she has led faculty development seminars on racial and ethnic identity development, micro-aggressions, racial and gender socialization and inter-cultural competency trainings. She has also facilitated workshops on restorative justice, stereotype threat, inter-racial/ethnic healing, leading effective diversity, inclusion equity efforts and women’s leadership and empowerment.

 

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Pittsburgh Human Resources Association is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.The use of the HRCI seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.

Cancellation Policy: Written cancellations received before Thursday, August 1, 2019 will receive a full refund. No refunds will be given after August 1. Substitutes are welcome with advance written notice.

 

 



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