The best part of facilitating FACTUALITY for the University of Virginia was listening to the participant contributions. I had the honor of working with a group that was very knowledgable about structural inequality. Included in this group was Andrew Baxter, Fire Chief | City of Charlottesville, Virginia; they are so fortunate to have his leadership.
I really loved how the FACTUALITY facilitations at Texas Christian University were preceded by a moment of gratitude offered by Heath Einstein, Dean of Admission. His intentionality truly set the tone for equally reflective and vulnerable sessions.
I would be remiss if I did not shout out Nikki Kahealani Chun, Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Caltech, whose invitation to present at #WACAC allowed me to gain traction in the Admissions world.
Did you know that there is an extended version of FACTUALITY where participants can earn continuing education credits?
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Consider FACTUALITY for your medical school professional development needs. Bias in the medical field not only compromises the quality of one's life... it can also end life. It is always an honor to facilitate this experience for medical practitioners because it can literally contribute to saving lives.
Special thanks to one of my former students, Judy Heersink, for inviting me to Assumption College to share FACTUALITY with her student leaders. This session ended with a standing ovation that left me speechless. Such a great way to spend MLK Jr. Day and my most memorable to date.
It was such an honor to facilitate FACTUALITY at Notre Dame of Maryland University as the idea of FACTUALITY came to me on that campus. What made this session so special was being in the presence of colleagues and friends who were the among the first to see and learn about this tool. The session concluded with a standing ovation and I was moved to tears.
I learned a lot from this session as it required extensive research about gifted and talented programs and the role under and over identifying racial groups plays in the achievement gap.
Consider FACTUALITY for the diversity, equity, and inclusion needs of your (Fortune 500) corporation. This facilitation was held for members from Lockheed Martin's Business Resource Groups/Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.
Consider FACTUALITY for your professional development needs. This session took place at Eastfield College, which is part of the Dallas County Community College District, one of the largest community college systems in Texas.
This facilitation was really special. Members from the Baldwin Wallace Community took the time to write a grant (that they won) to bring FACTUALITY to their campus community. They highly value diversity, equity, and inclusion and put a lot of effort into the grant to make the facilitation a reality.