Over the last several months as we’ve watched protests and proposed reforms take center stage in the US and around the world, so many of us have asked ourselves the question, “What can I do?”
Learn the history and context for how we arrived at protests and brave discussions in our workplaces about oppression and racism. We will walk through the basics on how to be an ally and an advocate and share tips and language for navigating interactions respectfully and responsibly.
Amber Cabral is an Inclusion Strategist, certified coach, speaker and author of Allies and Advocates: Creating an Inclusive and Equitable Culture. Formerly a Diversity Strategist at Walmart Stores, Inc., she founded Cabral Co, a diversity, equity and inclusive leadership focused consulting firm, to help organizations ignite behavior shifts to create inclusive cultures. Amber also coaches and inspires high-achievers to transform their passions into executable ideas and content.
Passionate about developing the next generation of decision-makers, Amber serves on the Executive Board for non-profit organizations committed to promoting diverse representation and empowering women and girls across the globe. She speaks on a variety of inclusion, culture and social justice topics. Through her work, she has been featured on television and both print and digital media. In her free time, she hosts a podcast called You Can Have Whatever You Want® and writes articles focused on inclusion, culture, equity and working-class life.