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RADR Meeting: Working in an Ethical Place Where Unconscious Biases Matter
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Join us for a Richmond Area Diversity Roundtable (RADR) discussion centered around unconscious biases in the workplace. Learn from a panel of local experts about how biases negatively affect different types of businesses, how to instill unbiased business practices throughout your organization, and how to correct or mitigate past mistakes.

7/25/2019
When: Thursday, July 25
8:00am - 10:00am
Where: Virginia Credit Union
7500 Boulder View Drive
Richmond, Virginia  23225
United States
Contact: Townley Goldsmith-Ray


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Moderator

Danielle GilbertDanielle Gilbert, PHR, SHRM-CP, CDP
Founder and President
Manifest In You Consulting, LLC

 

The founder and president of Manifest In You Consulting, LLC, Danielle Gilbert draws upon more than 15 years of experience to provide individuals with proven development and sound advice. Her experience over the past ten years in Human Resources has included Consulting, Employee Relations, Compensation, Benefits, Training & Development, Coaching, Mentoring, and Recruitment. Danielle spent a big part of her career in managerial roles, including Administrative Director of Human Resources of a large healthcare organization responsible for employee engagement and development, employee relations, and training.

She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in business administration. She later continued her education at Strayer University, earning two masters in Human Resources Management and Public Administration. She also became certified by the Human Resources Certification Institute as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) in January 2013 and certified by the Society of Human Resources Management as SHRM-CP. Gilbert is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision. Danielle serves on the Board of Directors for Richmond Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM).

 

Panelists

Andrea HillAndrea Hill
Partner, Business Services
Ernst & Young LLP

 

Andrea Hill is the Business Tax Services and Market Leader for EY’s tax practice in Richmond, Virginia, with over 25 years of experience providing and coordinating federal, state and local, and international tax consulting and compliance services to multinational clients. She has significant international tax experience and has worked in both Prague, Czech Republic and Mexico City, Mexico addressing multinational clients with cross-border tax planning issues. Andrea also provides significant value to her clients with respect to tax accounting method and research credit issues for a wide range of clients in a variety of industries. She has extensive experience with US GAAP and IFRS tax accounting issues for multinational companies and has assisted several large public companies with provision process re-design and implementation. Clients Andrea has served include: Dollar Tree, Circuit City, Lumber Liquidators, Smithfield Foods, Markel Corporation, Performance Food Group, C.B. Fleet Company, and Hasbro S.A. de C.V.

 

Sue Kay Lam-Kent, M.A.
Manager - Diversity & Inclusion

Goodwill

 

Sue Kay Lam‐Kent is an executive coach, a leadership communications facilitator and founder of the SK Lam‐Kent Consulting, LLC based in Richmond, VA. She regularly works with CEO's and Business Leaders of Fortune 500 Corporations, Government, Non‐Profit and Retail Organizations to support the business requirements and talent development needs. In working with her clients, Sue Kay is particularly effective when coaching and facilitating on issues of leadership effectiveness, communication styles, cross cultural alignment along with organizational savvy and executive presence.

Sue Kay brings a wealth of over 25+ years of corporate leadership experience. She held a variety of different positions throughout HR Organizations helping the growth and expansion of their products. She has “hands‐ on” experience with a proven ability to form strong relationships gaining trust of colleagues and clients at all levels. She brings a broad base of HR expertise, particularly in Diversity, Inclusion and Equity, coaching, organizational development, instructional design and facilitation, learning and development, and change management.

 

Patrice LewisPatrice Lewis
Attorney and PR Guru
SIR

 

Patrice Lewis is a licensed attorney and worked for six years for state and federal legislators, including U.S. Senator Mark Warner of Virginia. She's very engaged in community and faith-based organizations across Richmond. And she's a top talent at SIR. Her area of focus is communications and public affairs, and she serves as the account supervisor for several SIR assignments. Patrice is one of those people who can wear many hats, and she's done so during her time at SIR.

 

Yet her strength is a steadfast resolve and even-keel approach to any situation, even ones that unravel most people. That explains why she's had assignments on complex issues with multiple stakeholders and strong opinions. Patrice remains unfazed and undaunted. Plus, she knows how to make her case (the lawyer thing, remember?). Her management skills go beyond handling people to include tracking the myriad of details found in every SIR engagement. It's that combination that makes us happy she's here.

 

Patrice holds an undergraduate degree in sociology from the University of Virginia and a law degree from Regent University. She is adjunct faculty at VCU's Brandcenter.

 

Agenda

8:00 - 8:30 am
Light Breakfast/Registration/Networking
8:30 - 10:00 am
Program


Credits

Program has been approved by SHRM for 1.5 PDC towards SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification and approved by HRCI for 1.5 (General) credit towards PHR, SPHY and GPHR recertification.

Venue

Make sure to bring your photo identification and allow a few extra minutes to check in with VACU security at the main entrance.

 

Richmond Area Diversity Roundtable (RADR) organizes events and provides trainings related to diversity and inclusion for HR professionals and the business community.

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