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Strategic Career Planning After Experiencing Racial Microaggressions

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Career Consulting on Racial Microaggressions for People of Color

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What does it look like to build your career as a person of color in 2020 and plan for 2021?

Join Jodi-Ann Burey in a conversation with Yejin Lee, a racial equity-informed consultant and career coach, about ways to navigate work during the racial reckoning and uncertainty of this year and how to create a strategic action plan after experiencing a racial microaggression in the workplace. While acknowledging the weight and burden of being strategic amid experiences of racism, Yejin supports her coaching clients in taking a step back to analyze and synthesize input in order to create a tailored plan that honors their most immediate and pressing needs.

So grab your notepad or open up a clean doc and get ready to hear real conversations about developing your career in the context of racism at work.

For those who've attended Jodi-Ann's learning series on "Navigating Racial Microaggressions for Women of Color - this is a great build-on to your learning and planning!

Live captioning will be available. Email Jodi-Ann at hello@jodiannburey.com for questions about deaf accessibility.

About Yejin Lee

Yejin Lee (she/her) is an equity-informed career coach and racial justice consultant, an organizational design aficionado for dope mission-driven orgs, and a writer. With over a decade of experience in the nonprofit sector, her roles have spanned community organizing, fundraising, governance, operations, and people operations. Yejin has expertise in helping institutions recognize and strategically bridge the operational gap between their anti-racist intentions and the lived realities of how power functions. She is especially interested in supporting non-Black people of color to recognize and untether from their investment in white dominance. Yejin received her B.A. from Boston College in History, American Studies, and African Diaspora Studies. She is obsessed with cooking, eating, furiously annotating shows and movies, and playing with her shiba inu who doesn’t like her all that much.

About Jodi-Ann Burey

Jodi-Ann Burey (she/her) has a mission is to disrupt “business as usual” to achieve social change. She is a speaker, writer, and equity advocate. Her work is grounded in centering the experiences of historically underrepresented communities and the systemic intersectional approaches needed to address inequities. Jodi-Ann also hosts, Black Cancer, a podcast which seeks to center people of color in cancer narratives. Jodi-Ann holds a Masters in Public Health from the University of Michigan. She prides herself on being a cool auntie, a twist-out queen, cancer survivor, adventurer and reluctant dog owner. Jodi-Ann is currently working on her first book.

BONUS TREAT! Hear Jodi-Ann in conversation with Yejin about race, cancer, health and life. Find the Black Cancer podcast whereever you find podcasts!

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