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White Allyship Through Self-Reflection (Part 1 of Series)
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White Allyship Through Self-Reflection (Part 1 of Series)

Part 1 of our Race, Equity and Inclusion series features Alexis Braly James as she discusses what white allyship is and how we can show up for our community and our organizations.

When: 6/30/2020
12:30pm - 2:00pm
Where: ZOOM
Contact: Nikki Schutte, SHRM-CP, PHR
PHRMA Office: 503-655-6474

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Join us for Part I of an ongoing series to understand the steps we can and must take to support our community. Learn HOW to make change within ourselves and our organizations. 


This session provides understanding and deconstruction of white ally-ship through activities, readings and personal narrative. Participants will be set up in small groups and a safe container will be created through agreements and a clear common purpose. A white supremacy checklist will be provided that can be shared with others and used to create a work plan for removing barriers at work and community of advocates and allies in the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion.


Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what it means to be an ally
  • Reflect on where you have fallen short
  • Recommit to addressing privilege and showing up for your community

About the speaker

Alexis Braly James is a longtime educator and innovator. She supports nationwide nonprofits, companies, and government agencies in activating contemporary responses to leadership development and employee needs through training, coaching, and team building. As a former classroom teacher, she is an engaging and empathetic trainer at meetings, board training, and mediations. Prior to starting her own consulting agency, she was the Program Director at a statewide literacy nonprofit, where she specialized in creating an inclusive culture through supervision training, data analysis, and diversity, equity, and inclusion implementation. Alexis has been born & raised primarily in Oregon, earning her Master’s Degree from Lewis & Clark College and most recently pursuing her MBA from Cornell University. When she’s not working you can find her dancing to Beyonce or enjoying an oaky bourbon.





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Non-Member: $80


REFUND POLICY: We understand schedules change, but if you would like to request a refund, we ask that you give us 24 hour notice if you cannot attend so we can fill your space with someone else. 



  • HRCI: 1.5 General credit (pending)
  • SHRM: 1.5 PDC (approved)



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