Keynote Speeches & Workshops

Keynote Speaker, Title: The Importance of Intersectionality to Community Work, Community Foundation of Snohomish County, Everett, WA. (August 2020)

Panelist, Title: American Creed Film Showing & Community Conversation, Everett Public Library, Everett, WA. (June 2020). Press release here

Keynote Speaker, Title: Black Spaces, White Campuses. Clark College, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Vancouver, WA. (February 2020)

Keynote Speaker, Title: Learning how to be your best self and love yourself. Foster High School-Black Student Union, Tukwila, WA (January 2020).

Keynote Speaker, Title: Delivering a winning elevator pitch. Washington State University, Everett, WA(January 2019).

Speaker, Leadership Snohomish  County Alumni Video. ( May 2018). To view, click here

Workshop Facilitator, Title: Resume Writing & Networking. Future Leaders of the World Summer Camp, Everett Community College (June 2016 & June 2017)

Keynote Speaker, Title: My Journey as a First Generation College Student. Washington State University Trio Student Support Services Graduation (April 2016)

Workshop Facilitator, Title: Writing a winning resume. NAACP Youth Development Program, Everett Community College (December 2015)

Keynote Speaker, Title: Navigating the College Admissions Process. Jack and Jill Seattle Chapter. (January 2018)

Panelist, Economic Alliance of Snohomish County Young Professionals Networking Event, Panel focused on navigating leadership as a young professional (February 2020)

Panelist, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, Communication Day, Panel focused on Compensation Advice for New Graduates (March 2017)

Panelist, YELL: Young Educated Ladies Leading, Panel focused on Navigating Higher Education as a Women of Color (May 2017)

Panelist, Students of Color Career Conference, Panel focused on getting in & surviving College (December 2015)


Four Tips for Navigating the Return to Office as a Person of Color (September 2021) Read it here.

How White Women Allies can Show up at Work (September 2021) Read it here.

Why Students are Marching for Voting Rights (September 2021) Read it here.

The Reason Why HBCUs are Canceling Student Debt (September 2021) Read it here.

LGBTQ+ Students of Color Resource Guide (August 2021) Read it here.

What Black Women Bring to the Workplace (July 2021) Read it here.

A History of Exclusion for Students of Color (July 2021) Read it here.

Sha’Carri Richardson and the complexities of white supremacy (July 2021) Read it here.

The Myth of Black Women Exceptionalism (June 2021) Read it here.

Why Women of Color need spaces without white people? (June 2021) Read it here.

What does it mean to be a BIPOC student? (June 2021) Read it here.

Black Students Face Significant Loan Debt (May 2021) Read it here.

How to Celebrate Juneteenth in College (May 2021) Read it here.

How to choose a college as an LGBTQ+ Student (May 2021) Read it here.

4 Salary Negotiation Tips for College Grads (May 2021) Read it here.

Top Six Productivity Hacks for College Students (May 2021) Read it here.

Why does America hate Black women and girls? (May 2021) Read it here.

Raising campus awareness of violence against women (April 2021) Read it here.

Tips for Minority Students entering the workforce (March 2021) Read it here.

4 ways Higher Education can advance equity for women (March 2021) Read it here.

Why cultivating Black leadership matters (March 2021) Read it here.

The biggest benefits of remote work for college students (March 2021) Read it here.

4 ways colleges can promote anti-racism (March 2021) Read it here.

What is the ‘Glass Cliff’ and how does it impact women of color? (February 2021) Read it here.

Top Black Podcasts for College Students(February 2021). Read it here.

Black History Month reading list (February 2021) Read it here.

How colleges can support students in distress (February 2021) Read it here.

Four Ways Colleges can Support Student Parents (January 2021) Read it here.

How to Prepare for a Virtual Career Fair (December 2020) Read it here.

Effective Strategies for Culturally Responsive Teaching (December 2020) Read it here.

is Culturally Responsive Teaching? (December 2020) Read it here.

Top Five In Demand Skills during COVID-19 (November 2020) Read it here.

Six Dirty Words for Ambitious Women (November 2020) Read it here.

Creating Inclusive Campuses for Black Men (October 2020) Read it here.

The Busy Trap (October 2020) Read it here.

Why the Multi-Stage Interview has to go (October 2020) Read it here.

Money and Social Class (October 2020) Read it here.

How to tell whether a college supports students of color (September 2020). Read it here.

The words used to reinforce the glass ceiling (September 2020). Read it here.

The importance of psychological safety for women of color (September 2020). Read it here.

Anti-racism training needed; make sure it’s done right (September 2020). Read it here.

John Lewis’ March for Civil Rights continues (August 2020). Read it here.

Workers on the front lines often pull a double shift (July 2020). Read it here.

That’s a Nay on Kanye West for President (July 2020). Read it here.

Navigating Racism and Leadership-who is checking on Black Women Leaders(July 2020). Read it here.

Let’s acknowledge that Black Women’s lives matter, too (July 2020). Read it here.

Using your Strengths to Discover your activism (June 2020). Read it here.

The Importance of Intersectionality to Women’s History Month (March 2020). Read it here.

Four Things to do when you’re stuck in a job you hate (March 2020). Read it here.

Barriers and Bias: 4 Challenges faced by millennial women leaders (February 2020). Read it here.

If diversity and inclusion matter to you, ask these questions before joining a board (February 2020). Read it here.

Six things you can negotiate other than your salary (January 2020). Read it here.

Black, Woman & First Gen. The Trial and the Triumphs (October 2019). Read it here.

The working unicorn: Why Black women are an asset to the workplace (October 2019). Read it here.

11 Common Mistakes Job Seekers Make (August 2019). Read it here.

Supporting Your Sista: Creating Alliances With Women of Color Professionals (November 2018). Read it here.

Millennial Women Are Facing Serious Burn Out—Here’s How to Beat It (October 2018). Read it here.

The New Position Phobia: Navigating and Excelling in a New Position (October 2017). Read it here.

The Olivia Pope of Higher Education: Navigating a Career in Student Affairs (February 2017) Read it here.