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[Zoom Meeting] Power and Privilege: How I Can Use Mine for Good

  • Tuesday, February 23, 2021
  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Zoom


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Please virtually join The Nonprofit Partnership and Chimi Boyd-Keyes, CEO & Founder with CBK Enterprises, for Power and Privilege: How I Can Use Mine for Good on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at 10:00 AM EST!

This session will begin with a foundational understanding of intersectionality. Additionally, Chimi will talk about how getting feedback from the community we serve is of utmost importance. We will honor a mix of learning styles by doing silent write and think activities, small group discussion, and large group sharing. We will end with concrete tools and suggestions to take back to your organization.

Participants will identify:

  1. How do power and privilege show up in their communities
  2. What they can do in their communities to interrupt cultural norms and/or institutional practices that are oppressive and/or actively create explicitly anti-oppressive norms or practices
  3. Partnerships and support they can connect to

Learn more about Chimi Boyd-Keyes...

Chimi’s mission is to help people realize their highest potential by connecting to their Purpose. As a successful entrepreneur and much sought after consultant, speaker, trainer and grant writer, she is passionate about creating programs and initiatives that develop leaders and promote an equitable, inclusive environment.

As a seasoned Higher Education professional for 18 years, Chimi has worked extensively on women’s and gender issues and topics relating to other marginalized populations. She has directed two university Women’s Centers, one at a historically black university (HBCU) and one at a predominantly white university (PWI). She also was at the helm of a volunteerism/social justice organization, and has led a program designed to help at-risk youth pursue higher education. A native of Durham, NC, Chimi is proud to have received both her BA and MA in psychology from UNC-Chapel Hill and North Carolina Central University, respectively.

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