TOPIC: Arrested DATE: January 10, 2017 LOCATION: Ubi Sub Ubi Room
LaShunta Pike shares the story of her time in law school when she felt arrested when speaking about race and diversity within communities of color and how she broke through that and found ways to create a dialogue with people from all communities.
LaShunta Pike is Founder of Telling Kindred, a diversity and inclusion consulting company specializing in culturally inclusive and socially responsible brand management and content development. She believes that we all share in the responsibility to create the culturally diverse and socially inclusive communities we long for. Her passion is helping entrepreneurs, creatives and storytellers channel their unique talents and skills to become a part of sustainable progress. When she's not working on Telling Kindred, she can be found in the mountains with her husband, antique shopping at estate sales, or singing YouTube karaoke at the top of her lungs when no one is listening.
This event was sponsored by Pete Bellande, Carbon Beverage Cafe and Colorado Creative Industries.
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