EI, EI, Oh! Foundational Emotional Intelligence Skills for Successful Equity & Inclusion Programs
Originally aired on March 1, 2023
Presented by Amy Steindler '80
It's challenging to maintain an inclusive mindset while under pressure to meet organizational deadlines and achieve personal career goals. But it’s necessary not only for an organization to fulfill its mission and vision and meet profitability benchmarks, but for society to function as a sustainable democracy that recognizes the role of social justice in its survival.
Emotional intelligence skills help us acknowledge unfamiliar perspectives. Certified Emotional Intelligence Coach Amy Steindler ’80 leads a thoughtful and thought-provoking discussion about the interaction of the two “EIs” — emotional intelligence and equity & inclusion — that drive quality communication and deep insight, normalizing discomfort for the greater good. She discusses the emotional intelligence skills that are most likely to support successful efforts to create the kinds of equitable and inclusive environments which move society forward.
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This session focuses on the following NACE Career Competencies: Career & Self Development, Communication, Critical Thinking, Equity & Inclusion, Professionalism
Building Community in the Workplace
Originally aired on March 3, 2022
Presented by Erika Moritsugu ’94, S. Douglas Bunch ’02, J.D. ’06, Nina Cavazos ’13, Rita Sampson ’89, Amandeep Sidhu ’00
US-China Relations in 2022 and Beyond
Originally aired on December 14, 2021
Presented by Shannon Tiezzi ’09, Craig Broderick ’81, Jacob Dreyer ’08, Earl Carr ’01
Diverse Voices in Hollywood - Young Guarde Edition
Originally aired on June 24, 2021
Presented by Lauren Shippen ’13, Omar Kamara ’15, Evan Cunningham ’16, Liz Sykes ’06
W&M Young Guarde Lauren Shippen ’13, a writer with Atypical Artists, Omar Kamara ’15, a directing fellow at the AFI Conservatory, and Evan Cunningham ’16, a producer and songwriter, discuss diversity in the arts and entertainment industry and the focus on amplifying voices of underrepresented artists and creators. This discussion was moderated by Liz Sykes ’06, owner and producer of AVAdventure Productions.
W&M APIM Professionals: Celebrating and Strengthening our Community
Originally aired on June 17, 2021
Presented by Clem Cheng ’86, Clarissa Delgado ’09, Baiyin Murphy ’10, Amandeep Sidhu ’00
W&M alumnus Clem Cheng ’86, SVP of HR at Comcast, moderates a discussion with fellow alumni, Clarissa Delgado ’09, COO and co-founder of Teach for the Philippines, Baiyin Murphy ’10, general partner at Indicator Ventures, and Amandeep Sidhu ’00, partner at Winston & Strawn, on overcoming career challenges and their thoughts on the current environment for the APIM community.
GALA alumni panel with Wayne Curtis ’82
Originally aired on June 15, 2021
Presented by Wayne Curtis ’82
Data Privacy: Now and in the Future
Originally aired on June 3, 2021
Presented by Michael Lewis, Glenn Ballard ’00, Melody Balcet ’98, Jay Sinha J.D. ’12
W&M alumni Glenn Ballard ’00, Melody Balcet ’98, and Jay Sinha J.D. ’12 join Professor Michael Lewis, chair of W&M's computer science department for a conversation on domestic and international legal, policy and technology issues impacting data privacy.
Diverse Voices in Hollywood
Originally aired on May 27, 2021
Presented by Franklin jin Rho ’96, Milan Chakraborty ’00, Chitra Sampath ’06, Prof. Francis Tanglao Aguas
Franklin jin Rho ’96, TV writer and producer, Milan Chakraborty ’00, head of film at Marginal MediaWorks, and Chitra Sampath ’06, creator and executive producer at Netflix, discuss diversity in the arts and entertainment industry and the focus on amplifying voices of underrepresented artists and creators. This discussion was moderated by Professor Francis Tanglao Aguas.
Women's Health Series: Improving Maternal Health
Originally aired on March 9, 2021
Presented by Pamela Northam; Professor Claire McKinney; Dr. Camille Hammond; Kelly Cannon ’05; Dr. Vanessa Walker Harris
Adjusting Your Crown: The History of Black Hair and the CROWN Act
Originally aired on December 7, 2020
Presented by Prof. Latasha N. Eley, Tunisia Lumpkin, Lenise Robinson
The CROWN Coalition established the CROWN Act in 2019. This is a movement to eliminate discrimination of race-based hairstyles. Watch three panelists for a discussion of the history and language around black hair. They discuss the CROWN Act and its implications for people of color in America. Interested in learning more about the CROWN Act in addition to the discussion? Visit The Crown Act.
Invisible Racism: Alumni Author Conversation
Originally aired on October 7, 2020
Presented by Tamara Lucas Copeland ’73 and Viola Osborne Baskerville ’73
Take part in a discussion with Tamara Lucas Copeland ’73, author of “Daughters of the Dream: Eight Girls from Richmond who Grew up in the Civil Rights Era.”
Welcome to the City: What Does Equity Look Like? Diversity & Inclusion in Practice
Originally aired on September 24, 2020
Presented by Clarissa Delgado ‘09, Thalia Hernandez ‘18, Jamar Jones '13, Jackie Valles ‘19
The Intersection of COVID-19 and Race
Originally aired on July 16, 2020
Presented by Mo Barbosa, Prof. Iyabo Obasanjo, Prof. Angela Odoms-Young
The Intersection of COVID-19 and Race is an honest discussion surrounding health disparities and the ways in which COVID-19 effects marginalized populations. We will be joined by three panelists.