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Social Impact: An Antiracism Perspective

  • 02 Jun 2022
  • 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM
  • Zoom

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Social Impact: An Antiracism Perspective

June 2, 2022

CCEUs: Core Competencies .75 and .75 Resource Development Credits 



The year 2020 is one we will not soon forget.

Not only did the world descend into a life-altering global pandemic, but the US became the epicenter of a racial reckoning ignited by the

killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, among others. Despite the emergence of these traumatic events, 2020 also

allowed us to witness the kindness, empathy and selflessness demonstrated by helping professionals worldwide. We in the coaching

profession were among those contributing to positively transforming the countless lives of people attempting to navigate the day-to-day

uncertainty of their lives.

During this interactive presentation, participants will learn about the growing social impact coaching movement and how it is changing

the coaching profession and the world. Coaches will learn how they can become involved in the movement. In addition, participants will

be introduced to the Racial Just Us Coaching for Community Antiracism Series and learn how this innovative social impact coaching

initiative helps clients examine core beliefs about race and racism.

Participants will also learn why the Coaching for Community Antiracism Series rejects traditional, outdated diversity, equity and inclusion

(DEI) training approaches to instead focus on helping clients produce their own individualized antiracism action plan capable of helping

to create meaningful change in their personal lives, workplaces and communities.

The presentation will conclude with a Q&A session for participants.


Meet our Presenter: 

André M. Brown is an expert facilitator, well-versed in creating an atmosphere of respectful conversations around challenging topics, including race. For nearly thirty years, André has assisted a diverse population improve their lives, most recently, as a clinical training specialist for the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families. Here, he developed trainings including: Cultural Competence in Child Welfare Through Self-Awareness I: The Impact of Implicit Bias and Understanding and Implementing Cultural Competence. André founded Racial Just Us, a division of Jump Street Coaching, as a way to create actionable meaningful racial change, combining his experience as a trainer and International Coaching Federation (ICF) certified coach. André currently lives in Miami, FL, where he’s grateful for the tropical beauty.





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