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Back To Business: Workplace Readiness

Aug 12, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Renzie Richardson
President & CEO @BHFL Group
Renzie Richardson is the President & CEO of BHFL Group. She is an author, trainer, and certified business coach. Before starting her company, she worked 25 years as an HR professional in various HR leadership roles. Renzie is a certified Prosci ADKAR practitioner and has an extensive background in helping organizations to manage friction that inhibits growth and success successfully. Renzie is also an executive and a certified WABC/RCC business coach. She helps business owners, entrepreneurs and CEOs to grow their business with certificatons and her MYB Eight-Step Signature Coaching Program.
LaSonya Berry
CEO @McPherson Berry
LaSonya Berry is an award-winning HR consultant, author, and speaker. She is also the founder of McPherson|Berry - an industry award winning firm that provides HR consulting services, leadership development, champion diversity, equity & inclusion, and capacity building solutions to grow organizations. She is an HR thought leader that helps businesses and individuals achieve their full potential by increasing performance, driving operational excellence, minimizing risks, and building leaders.
Dr. Kenyatta Stephens
Senior Epidemiologist & CEO @SAPHE Consulting
Dr. Kenyatta W. Stephens is a highly skilled, independent & published Infectious Disease Epidemiologist with several years of advanced training and professional experience in diverse public health fields including disease surveillance, bioterrorism preparedness, HIV/AIDS and epidemic/outbreak work and management. For several years, she worked as a Senior Research Scientist (Molecular Biologist/Geneticist) at Emory University School of Medicine where her research areas included neurodegenerative disorders, breast cancer, and cervical cancer as they relate to mitochondrial mutations. Her current research interests surround the resurgence of vaccine preventable diseases, future epidemiologic trends and potential outbreak trends, and data science technologies. Dr. Stephens is also an Adjunct Professor of Public Health for graduate level programs in public health, epidemiology, and global health.