This live open panel explores how the workplace can build trauma-informed practices to mitigate intersectional (gendered racial) trauma of women of color. Our engaging panel will create an informal and welcoming environment with opportunities for Q&A discussions.
Dr. Donna Maria Blancero, Bentley University
Dr. Tiffany D. Johnson, Georgia Tech
Dr. Danielle D. King, Rice University.
Dr. Enrica Ruggs, University of Memphis
Dr. Keimei Sugiyama, University of Wisconsin
Dr. Marla Baskerville Watkins, Northeastern University
Erica M. Johnson, Case Western Reserve University
Pooja Khatija, Case Western Reserve University
Han Liu, Case Western Reserve University
GDO, MOC, OB
Questions addressed by the panelists and in breakout sessions include, but are not limited to:
Panelists and attendees will address these questions by sharing their research, practice, and lived experiences to help cultivate organizational best practices for trauma-informed care. The symposium will consist of a panel session, breakout discussions, and a Q&A in an informal setting.
Are you interested in helping to build trauma-informed organizations to mitigate the re-traumatization of marginalized identities? If so, we are building a network of scholars and practitioners interested in engaging in research and interventions addressing trauma, resilience, and growth of women of color. If interested in engaging further, please provide your contact information in this form.
To participate in this symposium, please use this symposium link to enroll, or you can search for "Session 428" on the AOM conference website.
For any questions, please contact Erica Johnson at email@example.com.Looking forward to seeing you!