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Holding Space: A Community Circle for Black Women

Online

We invite you into a safe space for the Black women of the Ellevate community to come together and discuss the issues that we face and to provide each other with support.


Tue, Mar 23, 2021 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM EDT


The deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless others have recently reignited the conversation around systemic racism and police brutality in America. For us in the Black community, this conversation is nothing new. We are constantly faced with the realities of these issues on a daily basis, atop of the rest of the noise of every day life.

Keeping these conversations alive, despite the noise, is how we move forward. Supporting each other in these conversations is how we heal.

Ellevate Network invites the Black women of our community to come together and discuss the issues that we face and to provide each other with support. Handpicked Black community and thought leaders will facilitate small group discussions about any and everything that affects our lives in today's climate.

We are excited to bring a new forum for the Black women of our community to connect and grow together. 


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Get Introduced to the Women You Should Know

We help our members connect with specific attendees who share their industry and life experiences.

Kristy Wallace
Kristy Wallace

New York, NY

CEO at Ellevate Network

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Maricella Herrera Avila
Maricella Herrera Avila

Staten Island, NY

VP Operations & Strategy at Ellevate Network

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Community Discussion
Stephanie Lewis, ACC, NBC-HWC

I'm so sorry I have a conflict for this event! I look forward to attending a future session.

March 21, 2021

Rosalin Krieger

It was informative and inspirational! I think Ellevate needs to have a similar event for Asian women given the most recent and ongoing violence under COVID. While Asian men are targeted too, Asian women, especially seniors, have bore the brunt of the violence, in the U.S. and Canada.

March 23, 2021