Part II: Why Do Some White Women Struggle with Managing Black Women?
Holly Elissa Bruno withMarquita Furness Davis, Cori Berg, Brandi Pritchett-Johnson, Dwight Carter
|When white women supervise black women, cultural differences can create significant and often unspoken leadership challenges. Tune in to an uncommonly transparent discussion on this issue.|
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June 10, 2014 Directors and Administrators Channel
Dr. Marquita Furness Davis serves as the Executive Director for the Jefferson County Committee for Economic Opportunity (JCCEO). Cori Berg serves as Executive Director of Oak Lawn Child Development Center in Dallas, TX. Dr. Brandi Pritchett-Johnson is a Licensed Psychologist working as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Florida and ASPIRE Coordinator. Dwight Carter is the Principal/Lead Learner at Gahanna Lincoln High School in Gahanna, OH.
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