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Beyond Book Clubs and Lip Service: Actionable Allyship in the Workplace
How do racism and discrimination can appear in professional settings? In this webinar, we’ll address racial microaggressions and macroaggressions at work, explore the development of white identity and identity for other cultural groups, and discuss what actionable allyship in the workplace can look like.

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Nov 19, 2020 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Lexi Losch
MS.Ed., MA, LPC-Intern, NCC Supervised by Lacey Fisher, LPC-S, RPT-S
Alexis “Lexi” Losch earned her Bachelor’s in Psychology (2004) and a Master of Science in Education in Higher Education Administration (2006) from the University of Miami. She completed a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling (2018) at Texas State University after realizing how much she wanted to be able to help college students emotionally and mentally. Lexi fell into her passion of perinatal mental health after her own perinatal experiences and seeing how few counselors of color there were (in the perinatal world and serving college students at PWI’s). She currently specializes in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, grief and loss, young adults, and trauma. She is EMDR trained, Gottman Level 1 Trained, and is a DONA Trained postpartum doula. Lexi currently resides in Texas with her husband and 3 children. She is an LPC Intern (Licensed Professional Counselor Intern) and is supervised by Lacey Fisher, LPC-S, RPT-S.
Sana Meghani
Program Manager @Trellis Company
Sana Meghani is a Program Manager at Trellis Company. She works with the Student and Institutional Success team to develop and implement successful strategies and campaigns to improve outcomes for students at Minority Serving Institutions across the country. Prior to her role at Trellis, Sana worked in college access and success programs at the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, The University of Texas at Austin, and UC San Diego. She is passionate about developing strategic, innovative, and forward-thinking initiatives to support and engage underrepresented minority students. Sana received a bachelor’s in Political Science from UC San Diego and a master’s in Educational Leadership and Policy at UT Austin. Sana is the co-creator and moderator for the It's Okay to Not Be Okay webinar series.
Tre Johnson
DEI Partner @Catalyst:Ed
Tre Johnson is a freelance writer on race and culture and a longtime career educator. He started his professional education career as a High School English teacher in Houston, TX and has since worked in Columbia, MD; Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia, PA; and Camden, NJ. HIs roles have included administrative roles in schools, Executive Director for Teach For America Greater Philadelphia and Senior Manager of the District Advisory Board and Strategic Partnerships in Camden City School District. His freelance career as a cultural critic and essayist has included appearances on CNN Tonight w/ Don Lemon; CBS This Morning; PBS NewsHour and NPR Morning Edition. His writing has appeared in Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, New York Times, Vox, San Francisco Chronicle, The Washington Post and several other outlets. He's served on panels for the NY TV Festival, Black Star Film Festival and others, speaking on race, popular culture, identity.