In the last few months, we've witnessed one of the largest civil rights movements around the world as communities everywhere fight for racial justice as part of the Black Lives Matter movement. During this dynamic shift toward racial justice and equity, nonprofits can be courageous in addressing, advocating for, and leading the way to racial justice and equity within their own organizations and communities in an even more powerful way.
Please join us for a Zoom Luncheon on Tuesday, August 11, at 12-1PM PST, with Tricia McLaurin, Director of Human Resources for The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
We will be discussing:
- The effects of the Black Lives Matter movement on the nonprofit sector
- Creating more opportunities for reflection and belonging inside nonprofit organizations
- Steps that can be taken to be more inclusive in hiring practices
- Creating an environment of openness and change for nonprofit employees
- Ways to educate employees about internal bias
12pm - 12:10pm: Welcome, Speaker & YNPN So. NV Board Introduction
12:10pm - 12:45pm: An interview with Tricia A. McLaurin lead by Elizaveta Golikova, YNPN So. NV Co-Chair
12:45 - 1pm: Audience Q&A
Attendees may submit their questions in the chat on Zoom or in advance to: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Participate
The Zoom link will be sent to you via email after you RSVP. The Zoom room will open at the time of the event.
This event will be recorded.
Participants may enter with or without video.
Registrants will receive a recording in the days following the event.
About Tricia A. McLaurin
Tricia is a native of Long Island, New York. She has worked in the Human Resources field for 25 years starting her career at Cablevisions Systems Corporation and for 16 years worked for Paychex Corporation as a HR Consultant/Business Partner before joining The Smith center for the Performing Arts.
Tricia obtained her Bachelor of Science, in Business Administration from New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, New York. Tricia has also obtained her Master of Art in Leadership & Management in May 2016 from Trinity Seminary and is in the process of pursing her second Master of Arts in Human Resources with a Non-Profit Concentration from Hope University.
Tricia is a prolific speaker who appreciates the opportunity to encourage, empower and excite people with word presentation. Tricia is honored to serve, entering her second year as the local President of the Las Vegas Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women. Being recognized for her service and dedication, this year Tricia has been appointed to the position of Chaplain of the National Board of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women. She has been privileged to participate as a presenter nationally at the SCORE Small Biz Virtual Conference, SCORE Leadership Conference, Annual Gaming Conference, & the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Leadership Conference to name a few.
Tricia has been married to her husband, Jason McLaurin, for 18 years and is a proud mother to Malachi, Messiah and Marcelleus.
Tricia unapologetically embraces the mission to impact the lives of those she is connected to and make an imprint on their future success.
August 11, 2020 at 12pm