566 LaGuardia Pl
New York, New York County
Developing your leadership voice as a woman of color can be challenging, but it can also be a rewarding journey of self-discovery with the potential to create meaningful impact. On May 15th, hear from expert leaders in media and the arts as they share their insights on navigating careers, race and gender representation in filmmaking, and the power of the arts to inspire change.
In this honest discussion, our panelists will be speaking from their extensive experience on the importance of mentorship, empowerment, and the confidence required to bring your most authentic self to each task and setting, even when that might make it difficult to fit in. They will also be sharing their 'head slapping' leadership failures and what they learned from these moments, as well as offering advice on the particular challenges that face women of color navigating today's complex landscape.
Leah Lattimore (Moderator), Assistant Vice President for Inclusive Global Student Leadership and Engagement & Director of CMEP
Zenitra Barret, Director of POS Strategy and Education at HBO
Hurriyya Muhammad, Founder of the Black TV & Film Collective; Managing Partner at Infinite Wings Media
Josephine E. Pamphile, President & CEO at T. Howard Foundation
This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served on a first come first serve basis.
Doors open at 6PM and we encourage you to try to arrive early. Doors close promptly at 6:30PM.
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