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Grounding & Preparing for Critical Conversations

Utilize this course to gain foundational knowledge and skills to confidently engage and lead equity efforts. 

This course provides learners with:
  • terms and definitions to engage in critical race dialogue
  • tools and strategies for entering into racial discourse with mindfulness and critical consciousness

  • Key Audience: White folks; Black, Indigenous, People of Color; health care learners and professionals; faculty and educators, public, private sector, and government officials and representatives; grassroot organizers; and administrative leaders.
  • Self Directed and Self Paced Learning Module   
  • Accessible Across Technical Devices
  • Author: Dr. Sharon GE Washington

What's included?

  • Exceptional content 

    Access to expert learning content, with practical tools and strategies 
  • Feedback & insights

    Engage in deep self-reflection and gain feedback from DEIA experts to strengthen your growth 
  • Connect with others

    Participate in our online forum, share thoughts and ideas, increase connection
  • Monthly webinars

    Access to monthly webinars on DEIA topics, challenges, and emergent practices to approach healing & transformation
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Customizable for Institutions

Institutions can purchase bulk licenses for organization-wide or team-based training; longitudinal onboarding or development curriculum; or engage in an assessment and customize this training to meet unique institutional needs
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Thank you!

Sharon GE Washington, Ed.D., MPH

As an Equity, Healing & Impact Consultant, Sharon has worked with various healthcare, corporate, academic, and government agencies to provide executive coaching, facilitate safe and brave spaces, develop & implement curriculum, and guide organizational growth.
Sharon has served as teaching faculty at Temple University Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences; the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Hostos Community College; and Columbia University School of Nursing. 
She received her BA in African American Studies from Temple University;  MPH from the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health; and her Ed.D. at Teachers College of Columbia University.