Dear DLA workshop Participant,
The Diversity Leadership Alliance team has made the decision to cancel our March 2020 program celebrating Women’s History Month due to our concerns about the COVID-19 coronavirus. We take the current circumstances seriously and are acting in the interest of everyone’s well-being. Our concern is the health and safety of our communities and we want to do our part to ensure that everyone remains healthy during these uncertain times.
Please continue to visit this website for additional information and DLA programming updates in reference to other scheduled workshops and events throughout the year.
Please take care of yourselves and each other.
Diversity Leadership Alliance Team.
In Celebration of Women’s History Month
DLA invites you to join us
LIFT and RISE UP!
Creating Stories of Equity
The month of March celebrates the contributions women have made throughout history in science, politics, law, sports, the arts, entertainment, and many other fields. While figures such Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Harriet Tubman, Amelia Earhart, Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosie the Riveter, Amy Tan, Maya Angelou, and Katherine Johnson are often associated with Women’s History Month, there are countless extraordinary women who have earned their place at the table with simple purpose every day of their lives. They have yet to tell their stories.
This highly interactive program will explore yesterday, today and tomorrow, creating a mind map of women who have changed the world. We will look at our culture’s inner programming about gender and bias; assess what holds anyone back from reaching their goals, and exploring community and workplace values for equity and belonging. Finally, we will learn how to craft one powerful story about a woman who made a difference in our own lives.
Explore women’s historical perspective.
Learn what holds you back and propels you forward.
Clearly identify your ONE individual superpower.
Craft a powerful story about a remarkable woman in your life.
Wednesday March 18, 2020
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
*Registration opens at 7:30 a.m.
Gateway Community College
108 N. 40th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Felicia Davis is an author, certified award-winning leadership coach and personal branding strategist, and advisor to women leaders. She’s a former HR executive and the CEO and Founder of The Black Women’s Collective (BWC). BWC is a boutique coaching and consulting firm dedicated to advancing women into greater leadership roles within demanding industries. Known for her one-of-a-kind, no non-sense approach to empowering leaders, her knowledge, skills and expertise have been leveraged by companies such as Schwab, Take The Lead, T-Mobile and Pepperdine University to help elevate performance by empowering leaders to think strategically, connect meaningfully and lead decisively with a strong focus on culture and results. In 2018, during her seven-city empowerment tour, the impact of Felicia’s work was featured in The Wall Street Journal and subsequently on ABC 15.