Holistic DEI Speaker Series
How are your juggling skills? Work-Life Balance for Women.
As women, we wear so many hats and are constantly striving to balance them all. Is work-life balance possible for women? Is its potential higher or lower due to the pandemic? Could we be striving for something that does not exist? Join Sangeeta, Rebecca and Mariah as we explore Work-Life Balance for Women. For this interactive discussion, we are asking all attendees to bring an example of an imbalance you’ve struggled with and one tip that works for you. Our goal is for all attendees to leave this discussion with practical tips for application in everyday life.
Registration for the Event will Close at 9 am EST the morning before each session.
There is no charge to join the discussion, however sessions are limited to the first 100 registrations. You will receive an email no later than 48 hours before the event with a link to the session. Discussions, presentations, breakout sessions and Q & A will be 1.5 hours.
About the Presenters:
Dr. Sangeeta R. Gupta is the president and lead consultant for Gupta Consulting Group. Dr. Gupta is a globally recognized expert with more than 25 years of experience in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Gender, and Unconscious Bias. Dr. Gupta is a trusted advisor to C-level executives helping them create a more inclusive, equitable, and productive work environment. Dr. Gupta works with organizations to define and create a holistic DEI strategy and implementation plan with impactful and actionable steps. She is a highly sought-after speaker and has published extensively in DEI including a series of children’s books. She received her Ph.D. from UCLA and graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and as a departmental scholar.
Mariah Hayden is the Executive Director of New Life Village, a mission based housing community serving diverse families impacted by trauma and foster care. Mariah has worked in the academic, nonprofit, government and private sectors directing marketing, communications project management, community relations, branding, training and instruction, diversity programs management, event management and educational programming since 2000. Mariah has served on the University of Tampa Alumni Association, the University of Tampa Board of Counselors as well as the Los Angeles and Tampa Chapters of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources. She received her Bachelors in Communication and minor in Marketing from the University of Tampa. She went on to earn her Masters in Communication from San Diego State University and her MBA at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Mariah has completed a Certificate of Change Management and a Certificate of Nonprofit Management from the University of Tampa. She is also an adjunct instructor of Public Speech at Hillsborough Community College.
Dr. Rebecca Dupas is an educator, author, and poet whose professional and educational experiences are rooted in instruction, training design, and program development for diverse audiences. Rebecca holds a Ph.D. in Education and M.S. in. Curriculum & Instruction. Professionally, Dr. Dupas engages youth and professional audiences, leads national and international workshops, and promotes DEAI in the workplace as a Program Manager at USHMM. Additionally, she serves as Director of Education at The Avalon Theater where her focus is community outreach and curriculum development.