The 21-Day Plan for Disarming Microaggressions
Are you looking for ways to start new habits that promote inclusion? Join Marsha Ross-Jackson and Joel Lesko to learn about the 21-day plan for Disarming Microaggressions. Get ready to lead your organization’s own 21-Day plan with greater understanding about how to speak up against microaggressions and practice daily micro affirmations.
About the Speakers:
With over 30 years of experience, SunShower creates award winning content that teaches learners proven strategies and skills for creating a more welcoming and effective workplace.
Their breakthrough work is about inclusion and respect, defining the challenges, outlining solutions, and demonstrating how to implement anti-bias catalyst activities that can impact everyone. Their products have been used by thousands of corporations, schools, governments, and other organizations.
Joel Lesko | President, SunShower
Joel Lesko is a documentary filmmaker, author and speaker on unconscious bias and creating a more respectful workplace. Joel’s film work has appeared on PBS and has received over two dozen awards. SunShower Learning is the expression of his passion for film, online learning and diversity, equity and inclusion. Joel has worked with leading organizations including Liberty Mutual Insurance, AT&T, UCLA and others to support their DEI initiatives with award-winning eLearning courses.
Marsha Ross-Jackson, Esquire | Senior Lecturer & Consultant
Marsha is a Senior Lecturer and the Executive Director of the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law Institute for Law and the Workplace, as well as Assistant Dean of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Multicultural Affairs, and Professional Development. Marsha is an accomplished consultant who has worked with company leaders on labor and employee relations, as well as the development and delivery of workplace-training modules. Marsha is a frequent speaker on topics pertaining to diversity pipeline programs, as well as legal education and career strategies for those interested in pursuing a career in the legal profession.