Monday, Mar 09, 2020 6:00p -
The Boston Foundation
75 Arlington St
Lectures & Conferences
Join author Erika Stallings as she discusses her article, When Black Women Go From Office Pet to Office Threat.
Hosted by Shana Bryant Consulting " When Black Women Go From Office Pet to Office Threat".
Does this sound familiar? First your boss loves you, then they dislike you. Here’s how Black women can manage the icy transition.
We will have a panel discussion along with round table talks led my facilitators to discuss how to advocate for yourself and provide practical tools to not only survive but thrive.
Erika Stallings currently works as an attorney at Broadcast Music, Inc., the country's largest performance rights organization She is a sought after speaker on topics relating to entertainment and intellectual property law and has spoken at the New York Bar Association, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, the Georgetown Law Entertainment and Sports Law Symposium, and the National Bar Association. Additionally, she is also a prolific freelance writer with a focus on racial health disparities and black women in the workplace.
Her work has been published in The New York Times, the Washington Post, NPR, O Magazine, the Huffington Post, The Cut, and ZORA. She has also spoken about these topics at The New York Junior League, the New York Women’s Bar Association and SXSW.
Moderator: Sheena Collier, Founder & CEO The Collier Connection
Partners: Empower Our Crown and Queens Company
Sponsor: Lyles and Niles, LLP, BECMA
**Light appetizers and refreshments will be served**
Erika Stallings - Attorney and Writer
Sheena Collier - SuperConnector, Social Broker, Strategist