The YWCA Economic Justice Council is hosting its first virtual panel series.
Tune in as we listen to members of our Economic Justice Council discuss how organizations can commit to creating an inclusive workforce to form a more equitable economy. Learn about what they’ve already done and what they plan to do in the future to ensure that racial and social justice in economics isn’t just a conversation but a series of actions we can all take toward a better future for all, and until justice just is.
Register for upcoming virtual panels, or check out our Facebook for previous panels.
January 13 – Justice and the Workforce
January 20 – Justice and Wealth Building
January 27 – Justice and Small Business/Entrepreneurship
Justice and the Workforce
January 13, 2021
Take a look at the first virtual panel where the Economic Justice Council members discussed the effects of systemic racism on the workforce and what leaders are doing to drive solutions.
Moderated by Dexter Bridgeman, CEO and Founder of MIA Media Group.
Featuring Adriene McCoy, SVP and Chief HR Officer at Baptist Health South Florida, and Karen Gilmore, VP and Regional Executive at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Miami Branch.
Justice and Wealth Building
January 20, 2021
Join members of the YWCA Economic Justice Council in a discussion on how policy and practice affect the racial wealth divide and what leaders are doing to close it.
Moderated by Kerry-Ann Royes, CEO of YWCA South Florida.
Featuring Gerald Grant, Jr., President of G Financial Group; Vania Laguerre, SVP and Local Market Executive of Bank of America; and Eddy Arriola, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Apollo Bank
Justice and Small Businesses/Entrepreneurship
January 27, 2021
Tune in as our YWCA Economic Justice Council discusses why the impact of COVID hit minority small business owners hardest, and what racial and structural inequities are seen in entrepreneurship.
Moderated by Blain Heckaman, CEO of Kaufman Rossin
Featuring Claudia Puig, President and General Manager, Univision Communications Miami, and Marshall Pasternack, Partner at Bilzen Sumberg.