Parenting Skills for Diversity and Inclusion with Noah Prince
Monday, May 15th 4-6pm at U Co-op
This 2 hour, interactive parent engagement session will focus on:
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- Heightened skills in the realm of diversity and inclusion. Primarily: Talking to our kids about race, practice with authentic dialogue - building a more open and supportive school culture, which attracts resources and people.
- Deeper understanding of one another's experiences, opinions and intentions - building an atmosphere of trust.
- Deeper commitment to a shared vision for Diversity & Inclusion(D&I), and an understanding of how it contributes to a bettereducational experience for our kids.
- Understanding our personal role in fostering inclusion.
- Increased motivation to learn and do more in regard to our D&I efforts, setting the stage for further dialogue and education as a group and as individuals.
First and Foremost Noah is a proud University Co-op alumni! Noah is skilled at
facilitating self-awareness development around systemic privilege, diverse
partnerships, and cultivating organizational focus on equity. He is particularly
motivated to work with other white men from a place of support/challenge in
unpacking white/male privilege. He works with corporations, start-ups, school
districts non-profits and individual clients. Noah has 15+ years of experience as a
leader in equity, inclusion and leadership development work. Noah is honored to
serve as a consultant with Potential Unleashed and with White Men as Full Diversity
Partners. Noah was previously the assistant director of Race and Equity at Seattle
Public Schools. He holds a B.A. in Black Feminist Thought from Evergreen State
College Tacoma; and a Masters in Education from Temple University. His approach
is down-to- earth, people centered and engaging.
Sponsored by the University Cooperative Diversity Committee