Unintended Consequences of Implicit Bias
Join WCL and speaker Ann Su for an implicit bias workshop in which we will explore what implicit bias is and the unintended and negative consequences it can have in work and personal relationships. Participants will be learn techniques and strategies for identifying implicit bias and reducing the negative impact it has on our lives.
Ann is passionate about connecting people to their best selves and bridging understanding and connections between people and communities. This is why she has dedicated over twenty years of her life to working for social, economic and environmental justice. To support that work, she studied Political and Social Thought and Environmental studies at University of Virginia and public interest law at George Washington University. Her interdisciplinary education enables her to apply an intersectional and multi-disciplinary approach to problem-solving.
Currently, she is a public interest attorney, professor and diversity and leadership consultant. She teaches in the areas of law, public speaking, women’s studies and race/racism at Portland Community College and Marylhurst University.
LOCATION: The Standard Building, ATRIUM ROOM, 900 Southwest 5th Avenue, Portland, OR, 97204. (The building with the marble sculpture)
PRICE: $35 per person. Includes breakfast and parking at the Standard Plaza, 1100 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97204. Read our event cancellation/refund policy.
This event is the second of the three part Unconscious & Implicit Bias Series
- Speaker Jade Aguilar "Gender Equity in the Office"– October 26, 2017 – 7:15am to 9:00 am at the Standard Insurance Center building, Atrium Room – $35/person
- Speaker Ann Su "Unintended Consequences of Implicit Bias"– November 16, 2017– 7:15am to 9:00 am at the Standard Insurance Center building, Atrium Room – $35/person
- Speaker Serilda Summers-McGee "Recruiting and Retaining a Diverse Workforce"– December 7, 2017– 7:15am to 9:00 am at the Standard Insurance Center building, Atrium Room – $35/person
Purchase all three as a series and save $20, or sign up individually. $85/person for the series. You do not need to sign up for all three to attend one.