Untangling the Web Between White Women and Women of Color

July 2017
presented by Principal Consultant Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale & Partner and Chairperson Leslie Traub

Talking about the intersectionality of race and gender in the workplace can be difficult and uncomfortable. However, the benefits far outweigh the challenges. When white women and women of color build authentic, sustainable, and honest relationships we discover that we are stronger together – our differences and similarities enable and support creativity and increased engagement.

Join Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale and Leslie Traub for a ninety-minute webinar that explores some of the roadblocks (our histories, biases, beliefs, and experiences) and the necessary building blocks (discovery, openness, trust, and risk taking) that can lead to long-lasting, healthy relationships.

This webinar is designed to be an interactive exploration of how, especially in these turbulent times, we as white women and women of color, regardless of our age, sexual orientation and identity, title, or abilities can leverage our diversity to build individual comfort, group collaboration, and organizational synergy.

Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale
Principal Consultant
Leslie Traub,
Partner & Chairperson