My visit to St. Paul's School for Girls would not be possible without Aisha Mason, the institution's Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Liaison.
Aisha attended at professional development FACTUALITY facilitation, last spring, at Calvert School's Middle School Diversity Conference; shortly after that, we began discussing a facilitation for the faculty and staff at SPSG.
As I closed out the session, I was greeted by a rousing standing ovation... they are so special to me that I have to hold tears back.
Thank you, Aisha, for seeing the value in this work and in FACTUALITY.
Did you know that FACTUALITY will reach its 3000th participant this month!?!
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...and I will be visiting again! Three days after my initial FACTUALITY facilitation at Skidmore College, I was invited to facilitate two additional sessions for the greater Skidmore community.
I worked with Framingham State's Residence Life team for a spring training, so you can imagine how surprised I was when they invited me back for a fall session.
Apparently, many of the returners enjoyed FACTUALITY so much that it warranted another facilitation... and of course I obliged.
Muhlenberg College will forever hold a special place in my heart. Katy Mangold, Associate Director of Residential Education, was the very first person to hire FACTUALITY for a facilitation. It was such an honor to be rehired by the first person that gave me and this game a shot.
During my Back to School Tour, I had the honor of facilitating two consecutive sessions on Mount St. Mary's campus. This brings me to FOUR facilitations on that campus, since April! Thank you for the support!
Two random FACTS:
1. My career, in diversity & inclusion, began in Boston.
2. I love storytelling.
Thank you Boston Voyager for including my voice in your Trailblazers: Rewriting the Narrative series. It was such an honor to be included among the powerful stories told by Boston's creatives.
There's nothing like receiving a standing ovation in your home state! Shout out to Mia-Kay for choosing FACTUALITY to support Curry College's RA training.
My FACTUALITY facilitations are occurring faster than I can document them, but I am excited to share that during the inaugural Back to School Tour, FACTUALITY reached its 2500th participant!