Reflections of a Black Woman on Life and Race in America
Reflections of a Black Woman on Life and Race in America with Idaho State Senator Cherie Buckner-Webb
Executive Coach, Speak--Social Worker
Nationally Recognized Business Consultant and Strategist
Thursday, July 23rd 2020
Noon – 1 PM
In addition to her on-going work in the governmental, corporate and non-profit environments, Cherie assists a wide range of in the development of diversity programs and cross-cultural competence, Buckner-Webb is a respected speaker who also uses her voice to raise awareness in a myriad of arenas including, justice, human rights, leadership, and corporate and civic responsibility. She is in high demand for her presentations addressing leadership, purpose, and success. Cherie’s credo, “leave a legacy. To that end she serves on a wide range for local and national boards. Cherie is a 5th generation Idahoan.
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