Follow Us

November 17, 2017

"Women of Color are trailblazers across a number of fields. We are bold, courageous, talented, and brilliant. We are creating change and challenging the status quo - even while very few are watching.

The Mosaic Partners + Drip Line invite you to join us to celebrate women of color leaders! We are bringing together some of the most brilliant women for a holiday mixer that celebrates women of color and their leadership.

Our amazing speakers will share their stories about their journey as women of color leaders in their fields, including their challenges and successes.

They answer- what does it mean to be a woman of color leader- in your company, community and field?

Come deepen your understanding about what it takes to own your brilliance, talents and leadership. You will learn from and help us to celebrate women of color leaders whose stories can prepare you for what lies ahead in a world that needs diversity + inclusion.

Presenters

  • Katy Digovich, Global Team Lead mHealth at Clinton Healt...

November 17, 2017

Please join us in celebrating the most recent publication from the Girls for Gender Equity organization and their report, Schools Girls Deserve. 

The research team collects data, analyzes, and shares brilliant policy recommendations: 

"Now is the time to invest in the schools that young people of color want, need and deserve! The School Girls Deserve Report is the result of a participatory action research project (PAR) that was done in collaboration with girls, transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) youth of color in all five boroughs of New York City.

We held listening sessions with over 100 participants ages 9 – 24 from various racial and ethnic backgrounds. The report documents how girls and TGNC youth of color are pushed out of school, uplifts their visions for the schools that they want and deserve and has policy and practice recommendations that school stakeholders can partake in to create schools that are holistic, safe and affirming for girls and TGNC youth of color."

Please reload

  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Google+ Basic Square
Recent Posts
Search By Tags
Featured Posts
Archive
Please reload

Please reload