Talks with Tiffany: Pushing the Agenda Forward
Talks with Tiffany will be a three part series involving black female recreation directors asking questions and discussing various aspects of being a black woman in campus recreation, how they work with their staff, work through micro/macroaggressions in the workplace, maintain their mental and physical health and the other many challenges they may face. Participants of this session will be exposed to tactics or strategies needed to assist in navigating obstacles or challenges that often impedes the development and professional growth opportunities of Black women on campus. Presented by: Tiffany Lomax, Colby College Jocelyn Hill, American University Felicia Tittle, Duke University Tara Parker, Kennesaw State University Wendy Windsor, Tulane University
- Gain insight and enhanced understanding of the skill sets, knowledge, and political candor needed to succeed as a professional throughout your career.
- Explore tactics or strategies needed to assist in navigating obstacles or challenges that often impedes the development and professional growth opportunities of Black women on campus.
- Identify resources and opportunities available to aide in your personal and professional journeys.
- Personal & Professional Qualities
- Philosophy & Theory
- 1.0 NIRSA CEUs