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Virtual Event via ZOOM

Advocacy for Marginalized Populations: 5 Part Series

Unlock solutions, empower voices, and create positive change. Join us in making a difference for marginalized communities today. Note: A special discount is available for nonprofits and educational institutions (K-12, Higher Ed). Contact info@hillstockconsulting.com for the discount code.

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Advocacy for Marginalized Populations: 5 Part Series
Advocacy for Marginalized Populations: 5 Part Series

Time & Location

Jun 03, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

Virtual Event via ZOOM

About the event

Increasing diversity in the United States raises many questions of access to resources, support and preparation to contribute to the future of society. This course will explore marginalized populations of people which include but not limited to persons of color, LGBTQ+/Queer, neurodiversity and disabilities, religious/spiritual faith, citizenry and ways to personally develop as an advocate. One hour class meetings offered in five parts on the following dates: June 3, June 10, June 17, June 24, and July 1, 2024.

*** A special discount is available for nonprofits and educational institutions (K-12, Higher Ed). Contact info@hillstockconsulting.com for the discount code.

Facilitator: Allyson Brown

Allyson Brown is a DEI practitioner and educator with a 16 year career in higher education. Her areas of expertise are diversity, equity, and inclusion, and collaborative work in reducing the gaps of access for students and professionals. Mrs. Brown holds a bachelor of arts degree in English from Francis Marion University (2005), a masters degree in Counselor Education – Student Affairs from Clemson University (2011), and a graduate diversity certificate from the University of North Georgia (2021). She is currently enrolled in the executive doctoral program for Higher Education at Boston College.

Schedule


  • 1 hour

    Advocacy for Marginalized Populations | Part 1


  • 1 hour

    Advocacy for Marginalized Populations | Part 2

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