A Conversation on Implicit Bias

Join the Maplewood Chamber of Commerce for breakfast and an important conversation.

Nancy Gagnier, Executive Director, and Audrey Rowe, Program Director, of Community Coalition on Race will give a presentation on what implicit bias is and point attendees to resources on how business owners and leaders can learn to challenge their own biases, and interact knowledgeably and respectfully among a variety of racial and cultural groups amid their peers and clients.

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Contact Information
  1. Monica Puri Bangia
  2. executivedirector@maplewoodchamber.org
Wed, February 26
8:00 am — 9:30 am
Add to My Calendar 02/26/2020 8:00am 02/26/2020 9:30am America/New_York A Conversation on Implicit Bias

Join the Maplewood Chamber of Commerce for breakfast and an important conversation.

Nancy Gagnier, Executive Director, and Audrey Rowe, Program Director, of Community Coalition on Race will give a presentation on what implicit bias is and point attendees to resources on how business owners and leaders can learn to challenge their own biases, and interact knowledgeably and respectfully among a ...

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