Discovering Who You Are After Parenthood
Discovering Who You Are After Parenthood

Discovering Who You Are After Parenthood

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You're not alone in struggling to define who you are after becoming a parent. Are you a parent first or a rockstar employee first? Can you have both? How have your values and priorities changed?

In this interactive workshop, we'll provide a framework to help you define and prioritize your core values. You will learn to make important life decisions grounded in these values, so you don't lose yourself amidst competing priorities and growing needs of your family and coworkers.

100% of our past workshop attendees walked away with a greater sense of clarity and feeling grounded after the workshop.

In discovering your values, you'll begin to discover again who you are and what you need to thrive!

From expecting parents to veteran parents, this workshop is for all parents. Parents of all genders are welcome and encouraged to attend.

As a PG&E employee, you will be able to attend the workshop for just $10 (normally $50).

About the Instructors:

Bea Kim

Bea is co-founder and owner of Woke, Inc. and her mission is to educate, empower, and wake people up to their full potential. She also spends her time inspiring others to live big and unapologetically through her life coaching practice accredited through the International Coaching Federation. Bea has over 12 years of experience in technology and client services across multiple industries. She is an angel investor and her portfolio includes startups in the financial, technology and media space.

Bea has her bachelor’s from Stanford University. In her spare time, Bea loves going camping with her husband and 2-year old son.

Michelle Kim

Michelle is co-founder and owner of Woke, Inc. and has a passion for entrepreneurship and social justice. She has been a lifelong social justice activist and a community organizer, serving various organizations including the UC LGBTIQ Association Steering Committee, the Gender Equity Resource Center, San Francisco Human Rights Commission’s LGBTQ Advisory Committee, and LYRIC youth nonprofit’s Board of Directors.

Prior to Woke, Inc., Michelle had a successful career consulting C-suite and VP-level executives at high-performing companies around the world. She is a graduate from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.

About Woke, Inc.

Woke, Inc. offers unique, thought-provoking workshops that enable today’s workforce to address tough questions head-on.

Say goodbye to outdated “diversity workshops” that only scratch the surface of what’s truly at stake. Say hello to modern, woke AF workshops on authenticity, inclusive leadership, and social justice that will transform the way people show up.

Let's create a compassionate space to have uncomfortable conversations.

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