Speaking About Race: The unconscious roots of structural racism and becoming anti-racist
January 23, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
SPSI is pleased to announce that on January 23, 2021, from 9am-12:30pm, our institute will co-sponsor—along with NPSI, COR and The Alliance—a presentation entitled “Speaking About Race: The unconscious roots of structural racism and becoming anti-racist,” with Zachary Green, PhD.
The presentation will be done via Zoom and will include a didactic portion, breakout discussions, and a Q&A.
Plans are ongoing, but CEUs will be offered. Details about how to sign up will be available as the date approaches.
Registration for non-members will be $125, members $100, and students/candidates $85.
ZACHARY GABRIEL GREEN, PhD is a professor of Practice in Leadership Studies at the University of San Diego and the lead faculty for the RISE Urban Leadership Fellows Program. Trained as a clinical and community psychologist, he received his doctorate from Boston University and completed advanced clinical training at Cambridge Hospital/Harvard Medical School and organizational consultation through the Wharton Center for Applied Research. As an organizational consultant, Zachary’s clients have included multinational corporations, government agencies, university departments, religious institutions, and nonprofit organizations. He is a leadership coach for the World Bank and a co-founder of IMAGO Global Grassroots, an organization using a participatory, co-creative model to address the generational issues of poverty in international development. His career highlights include serving on the dialogue development team for the President’s Commission on Race, conducting leadership training on five continents, and leading a multi-year process for emerging leaders of Northern Ireland in advance of the Good Friday Accord.