Join us for the much anticipated follow-up to the conversation with Dr. Beverly Tatum. We all have more work to do – as an organization and as individuals. Did you leave that discussion not sure what to do next? Are you ready to lead your members forward, but need some tangible action items? Let’s dig in and take the first step together. Who better to lead this interactive workshop than our own sister, Tamika Austin. For the last ten years, Tamika has been leading the way with racially marginalized groups, inspiring change and educating herself and others. Tamika is ready to meet you where you are and help you move forward.
- Create a plan on an individual, chapter and organization level.
- Have a better understanding of themselves.
- Leave ready to tackle their first action item.
Facilitator Bio: Tamika Austin, M.Ed (She/Her/Hers), is a proud North Philadelphia native who began her educational journey at the Community College of Philadelphia. She completed her B.A and M.Ed at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania where she joined Delta Phi Epsilon’s Alpha Chi chapter. She recently began her doctoral studies in Educational Leadership, at Gwynedd Mercy University. Tamika has over 10 years of working in education and has held roles working in elementary through higher education at private, and public institutions. Her passion for promoting social justice has afforded her opportunities to speak in numerous social, and professional settings with audiences of over 500 participants. In addition to her speaking on inclusive practices, she also serves others through mentorship and being an active community member. Currently, she serves as a facilitator for the Parallel Agency, which works with Panhellenic organizations to align their works and actions in areas of equity, access and belonging. She’s the founder of Embracing You, LLC which works with racially marginalized students and adults in cultivating their understanding of self, assisting students and parents with their academic journey, and amplifying their stories. Tamika also self-published her first book in 2018 titled You Are Enough, A Journal of Hope, which is a guided journal on self-empowerment and reflective practices.Register Now