Wed, Nov 30|
Black Mental Health Matters
Our experts will discuss the challenges, solutions and the link between intentional self-care and legacy.
Time & Location
Nov 30, 2022, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
About the Event
A legacy has a lasting impact on the world. It's a gift that you can pass down to the next generation through money, property, businesses, mentorship and even stories.
What kind of legacy are we focused on? The kind that leaves such a profound impact that it benefits your grandchildren’s children! Your legacy, good or bad, intentional or by happenstance, will outlive you and leave a mark on your family and community. So, what do you want your legacy to be?
Legacy Builders is a series where we discuss topics that can have a profound impact on our legacy. We bring together experts from community to identify challenges, highlight work already being done and provide advice on actions we can take to accelerate progress. For our first event of this series, we invited a panel to discuss Black Economic Empowerment. This time around we're focusing on Black Mental Health. Let's talk about the issues, the solutions and the link between legacy and intentional self-care.
Christopher Scipio - Senior Advisor, Black Executive Network
Jodianne Beckford - Founder of Noire Girls Plant, Lifestyle and Portrait Photographer, Producer at Godzspeed Communications and Community Manager at Studio 20/20
Register for this event! You don't want to miss out on this conversation. Registrants will receive the Zoom link by email two days before the event.
Please note: Talking about mental health and wellness can be difficult and may be triggering for some. For this reason, resources have been listed below should you feel the need to reach out for help.