After a year that negatively impacted Black women's careers more than anyone else in America, this Black History Month we're diving deeper into the experiences of Black women in the workforce: the good, the bad, and the inequalities they face.
Join us for the next installment of our "Career Conversations," sponsored by Accenture, where our panelists will highlight how intersectionality plays into and dramatically affects women's experiences at work.
During this conversation moderated by Courtney Connley, Careers Reporter at CNBC, panelists will discuss the victories as well as challenges that Black women working in America face right now and provide you with advice, resources, and a feeling of support.
Connect with other women who have been through it and are currently going through it to learn from their experiences and share your own.
This event will be recorded and posted here within 24 hours of the end time. We'll also email the recording directly to everyone who registers. Live-transcription services will be available during this webinar.
Find more from Courtney Connley here.
Visit Rha Goddess at nFormation.
Connect with Sherry at Black Career Women's Network.
Learn more about Eraina on her website.
Rha Goddess is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of nFormation, the membership community for professional women of color. Rha is also CEO of Move The Crowd and the entrepreneurial soul coach behind hundreds of breakthrough changemakers, cultural visionaries and social entrepreneurs. Her book The Calling: 3 Fundamental Shifts to Stay True, Get Paid, and Do Good was published in paperback in January 2021.
Eraina Ferguson is a journalist and TEDx speaker. In her memoir, My Good Life, she tells her story of giving birth to her daughter Taylor at the age of 20. Even after receiving a diagnosis of profound hearing loss and autism for her daughter Taylor, she went on to earn three academic degrees including one from Yale University. Her recent monologue, Listen to Her, was read by actress Marla Gibbs and featured at the WACO Theatre’s 50in50 event. Her writing has been featured on NBC Universal, Red Tricycle, LA Parents Magazine, and the LA ...
Chloe is the Atlanta Office Managing Director at Accenture - a leading global professional services company providing a broad range of services and solutions (in strategy, consulting, technology and operations) that deliver on the promise of technology and human ingenuity. As the Office Managing Director, she leads Accenture’s vision and operations across Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama. Additionally, Chloe works with clients to identify and target superior business value and to achieve and sustain that business value while increasing ...
Sherry Sims is the Founder of Black Career Women's Network, Chief Career Strategist, and a HR Professional. After working for more than a decade in the Human Resources industry, she wanted to utilize her experience differently. While working in the HR industry, Sherry was inspired to create an online forum due to a lack of access to other professional black women while seeking a mentor herself. She established a Linkedin group and named it Black Career Women's Network with the purpose to share career advice. After making the transition to ...
Courtney Connley is an award-winning journalist and careers reporter for CNBC Make It. As a reporter, Courtney covers a range of career and financial topics with a focus on women, wage disparity and diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Prior to CNBC Make It, Courtney worked as a general assignment reporter at ABC News and worked as the careers editor for Black Enterprise magazine, where she covered content for both print and online. Courtney is a proud graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park and she’s a member ...
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