Keynote Speaker and Facilitator
I aim to inspire!
Motivational Keynote Speaker and Facilitator
buy modafinil thailand When I speak before a crowd, I want to inspire, motivate, challenge, and support them in their thinking as they listen to my speech; and later, I want them to turn those thoughts into actions, when they return to their everyday lives.
This is true whether I am a keynote speaker, conference presenter, Radio/TV commentator Interviewer, or workshop facilitator. I am sometimes intentionally provocative in order to push people (gently or harshly) to think about the issues that separate us and why.
Encouraging Keynote Speaker and Facilitator
I want to encourage and challenge them to find bonds of commonality; and motivate everyone to leave my talk, lecture, workshop or after listening to my comments, inspired and committed to acting differently with integrity, grace, and respect as they move through the world, and learn to live a resilient life in the now.
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Dr. Irma McClaurin on Art & Justice Radio with DeGuzman Discussing the Executive Order that Bans anti-racism training
Rachel DeGuzman, Host of 21st Century Art & Justice Radio Show, WAYO 104 FM, interviews Dr. Irma McClaurin about President Trump’s September 2020 Executive Order 13950 that bans Anti-racism training for federal employees and contractors. Read the related article here.October 21, 2020
Originally aired: May 20, 2017 Listen to the Promo (Introduction by Janus Adams) President of Shaw University Chief Diversity Officer at TEACH FOR AMERICA Senior Faculty, Federal Executive Institute Program Officer, The Ford Foundation For three decades, Dr. IRMA McCLAURIN, PhD, has helped transform the lives of adults and children through her work as a scholar andAugust 13, 2020
Original poem by Irma McClaurin presented at the Invited Session entitled “Engaging Black Feminist Anthropolog(ies): Questions of Methods, Theory, and Practice Within and Outside the Discipline. Sponsored by the Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology.March 29, 2018
A weekly one hour program, airing on Channel 7, that’s dedicated to covering the issues and interests of the African-American community in the New York tri-state area.February 21, 2018