Lupita Gonzalez led EPIP members and friends on this informative webinar on January 20, 2016.
How many microaggressions are you exposed to monthly? Weekly? Daily? If only we could avoid them all together! We live in an oppressive society that conditions our biases that perpetrate this behavior. Over time, we experience accumulated microaggressions as trauma. Most of us have been at the receiving end, and sometimes in the giving end. Learn how the brain receives microaggressions, and the effects they take on us. Identify your very own, new coping mechanisms that can heal and shield you.
- VIDEO: What Racism Looks Like
- VIDEO: Things White Latinos Are Sick of Hearing
- VIDEO: How to Tell Someone They Sound Racist
Learn more about the Presenter:
Lupita Gonzalez, MS, CPC
Lupita is an executive coach who empowers individuals and teams to articulate their vision, identify their values, set goals they are passionate about, create a plan for development, and conquer professional and personal barriers. Lupita’s clients describe her as a “compassionate and very intuitive coach who cleverly draws out the power in her clients.”
She has coached leaders across the nation at Ms. Foundation for Women, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA), Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP), Hollaback, Californians for Justice, The Leadership Learning Lab of the Leadership Program, Early Childhood Connection, YMCA of Grand Rapids Michigan, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, and Hispanic Federation.
In 2010, Lupita initiated and contributed to the development of the multicultural coaching curriculum in, Pathways for Igniting Personal and Social Change, for Coaching for Transformation, accredited and approved by the International Coaching Federation.
She is a senior associate at Support Center/Partnership in Philanthropy and serves on the Nonprofit Excellence Awards Selection Committee and on the Talent Philanthropy Project Advisory Council. Lupita has a Master of Science degree from The New School for Public Engagement, Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy in NYC.
To learn more about Lupita and her clients go to: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lupitagonzalezz