Join us for

Lead Like Max: A Web Series in Four Parts

with Tiffany Quivers
and

Alicia Robinson

Are you an African American woman who:

  • Strives toward career success in professional environments where you are considered a minority?
  • Worries about how your race will impact your chances for job opportunities and promotions?
  • Wonders how to have “executive presence” while maintaining your authenticity?
  • Admires the way Maxine Waters “handles business” but thinks you can’t do the same in your own professional career?

Learn To Lead Like Max!

Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) has been an inspirational reminder to black women everywhere that we are strong black women. Join Tiffany Quivers and Alicia Robinson for this 4-part webinar series where we'll explore the leadership lessons black women professionals can take from the actions, words, and deeds of "Auntie Max".

Here's the curriculum:

Session 1: Be who you are. Do what you do.

Discover your core values, strengths, and purpose.

Session 2: Speak Truth to Power

Get clear on what you stand for and why. Learn how to keep both at the forefront of all you do.

Session 3: Don't Be Intimidated

Get clear on your opponents, while staying focused and avoiding distractions.

Session 4: Stand Strong

Declare to yourself first and everyone you meet, "I am a strong black woman who will not be intimidated, undermined or to be made afraid."

If you are a young  African American woman who has:

  • Faced biased treatment from co-workers or superiors due to racial or gender differences;
  • Felt real or perceived intimidation at work and wondered how to handle it;
  • Felt unclear about what you stand for or how to express that in the workplace; or
  • Worried about how to be your authentic self in your professional career...

 

The Lead Like Max series is for you!

About Alicia Robinson

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Alicia Robinson, founder of EdPlus Consulting, works at the intersection of social justice and education. She is passionate about connecting people with opportunities to create equitable education for every student, promoting empathy across difference, and empowering social justice warriors to succeed. Alicia has nearly twenty years of hands-on experience in early childhood through 12th grade urban education as an instructor, non-profit manager, talent/human assets executive and career search/development coach.

The results Alicia has achieved align within her personal vision to empower and support others. She selects consulting projects, coaching clients, and board + volunteer endeavors from a desire to see organizations and individuals committed to education equity and social justice excel. Alicia’s clients include single-site and charter management organizations, education entrepreneurs and professionals, and high-impact education organizations. She currently serves as chair of the board for Fellowship for Race and Equity in Education and as a member of the founding board for Digital Pioneers Academy.

About Tiffany Quivers

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I AM A STRONG BLACK WOMAN

Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) has been an inspirational reminder to black women everywhere that we are strong black women. Join Tiffany Quivers and Alicia Robinson for this 4-part webinar series where we'll explore the leadership lessons black women professionals can take from the actions, words, and deeds of "Auntie Max".