The sixth Inclusion Exchange willl be marking Women’s History Month by discussing some of the employment trends for women with intersectional backgrounds, and finding out why it’s important to have a good understanding of the different experiences of women when developing an EDI workforce strategy.
On the agenda:
- Hear from Sanisha Wynter, Tedx Speaker and D&I Consultant about her experience as a Black cis woman who lives and thrives with borderline personality disorder and depression.
- What intersectionality means and how we can use data to identify and translate common experiences
- What leaders and managers can do to support women from intersectional backgrounds
- Practical tips and takeaways for people that are trying to make changes in their workplace.
About the guest:
Sanisha Wynter is a change management consultancy’s Head of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Sanisha has worked in various sectors, aiming to further inclusion and advocate for marginalised people in the workplace and communities. She has developed empowerment programmes and guidance on race equity, LGBT inclusion and disability accessibility.
Sanisha identifies as a Black bi cis woman who lives and thrives with borderline personality disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and mixed anxiety and depressive disorder. She is a Mental Health Advocate, and she aims to support others by sharing her lived experience of her mental health conditions and her journey to recovery. Sanisha is committed to raising awareness of barriers to mental health access and support to diverse communities and does this by contributing to the research of Queens Mary University of London as a member of the Black Women’s Mental Health Board.
In 2019, Sanisha was listed as a bi icon of the UK LGBT charity Stonewall. In addition, Sanisha recently became a TedxSpeaker and shared her message that Vulnerability Is Your Superpower.
When: Wed, 15 March 2023, 12:00 – 13:00 CET
This webinar is absolutely FREE.
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