Do you ever feel the weight of the world on your shoulders? In what ways can we ensure that black women feel supported, empowered and uplifted? Join us for a panel discussion, guided meditation, and open forum unpacking the Black Superwoman Syndrome and its impact on mind, body, and soul. This discussion aims to provide participants with the opportunity to dissect a complex intersectional issue and provide resources for ways to improve one's overall wellness.
Zelon Crawford, Senior Associate Dean, Student Affairs
Dr. Keoshia Worthy, Licensed Psychologist CUMC
Jenny Fernandez, VP of Marketing, Loacker, Exec Coach, Professor Columbia SPS
Mydashia Hough, Academic Advisor
Nadea Mina, Vice President of Public Relations at Rubenstein and owner of Nadea Mina PR
Kenya Cummins, SPS Office of Student Life Intern and Candidate for Masters in Strategic Communications
We use an inclusive definition of “woman” and “female” and we welcome trans women, genderqueer women, non-binary people, and all people who are would like to be a part of this conversation.
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