Understanding and Celebrating Intersectional Differences
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Understanding and Celebrating Intersectional Differences


Hearing stories about people’s individual experiences is central to conversations around diversity, equity and inclusion, but why is that the case? This session will break down why it is important to recognize individual differences in role, gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, religion and sexual orientation, among other aspects of identity, and how we can celebrate differences to create a more inclusive workplace culture. Participants will leave the session with a shared understanding of intersectionality and how the acceptance of individual differences can support diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.

Member: $59  | Non-Member: $129

** These sessions are offered LIVE or RECORDED.

Melony Bethala, Ph.D., (She/Her)
Regional Workplace ManagerNewmark

Bio: Dr. Melony Bethala is a cultural researcher and consultant for Newmark’s Workplace Strategy and Human Experience practice. Her work focuses on improving people’s experiences of the workplace through quantitative and qualitative research methods and helps executive leaders align on culture and space strategies for the future of their organizations. She holds a PhD in English and Cultural Studies from the University of York in the UK, a Master’s degree from Trinity College Dublin, and a BA from Emory University.

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