Changing the negative reputation of hard conversations.
Does the word accountability make you cringe? Sound like some sort of punishment? In this discussion Court Morse will share the secret sauce of change-making. During this event we’ll talk about how accountability can be a really positive gift, exploring the opportunities having hard conversations can provide to you and your teams.
We invite you to join Zapproved and TechTownPDX for a lunch & learn facilitated by Court, Founder of Action Path: Racial Equity Solutions for a dynamic conversation that is sure to help you hold yourself and others accountable on your equity and inclusion journey.
Court Morse (they/them/theirs) is enrolled in the Sault Ste Marie tribe of Chippewa, Ojibwe, Anishinaabeg. They identify as a proud Two-Spirit activist and movement builder having worked on numerous campaigns, with several human rights organizations for gender justice, racial justice, education funding, environmental justice across the country but primarily in Oregon. They had the honor of fighting as a water protector, a DEI consultant, and have served as a Racial Equity & Inclusion Program Manager for various organizations.
This event is sponsored by TechTown PDX who has made a pledge, along with their member companies, to collectively advance workplace equity and inclusion to help grow the tech industry.