November 21st – 22nd 9:00EST

Building Bridges:

The Power of the Sisterhood

In this moment of heightened isolation and existential challenges to the wellbeing of women and people of color in this country, we, as women in STEM of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds have the opportunity to engage these pressing issues in a courageous, honest, and powerful way through Building Bridges: The Power of the Sisterhood. This is a time to speak of our experiences, listen to each other, learn, and form lasting bonds. The need to come together has never been more urgent, and a time for healing has never been more essential than now.

The program will unfold over a two-day period, beginning with participants meeting in two separate groups: the white women gathering in one virtual space with their facilitators, and the women of color doing the same. Throughout the process of this work, we create a present sense that a sacred space is being created. Join us from 9am – 1pm on Saturday, November 21st and 9am – 2pm on Sunday, November 22nd to be part of this sacred space.

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produced by

Crystal R. Emery, p.g.a.
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In Conjunction with

North Carolina State University College of Engineering

MODERATED BY

Valeria Sinclair-Chapman
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Laura Bottomley
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Elizabeth Crocker
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sESSION FACILITATORS

Twyla Baker, Ph.D.
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Nikole Collins-Puri
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Lee Ann Cochran
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Angelitha L. Daniel
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Paula Davis
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Vanity Jenkins
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Ruth Starr
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Rashele Yarborough, M.D.,Ph.D.
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funded in part by

Grant no: 2035273