Black Womxn Thriving
Black womxn deserve workplaces that support their care and healing and that invest in their professional development at every level.
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We are diving into all this valuable data we collected and are preparing to release our findings in 2022.
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When Black womxn thrive, we all do.
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Every day, Black womxn face workplace culture where pathways to promotion are fraught with implicit bias, the burden of leading diversity initiatives, and managers who dissuade authenticity while upholding white supremacist standards of professionalism. Time and again, Black womxn hoping to find fulfillment at work have found the need to strike out on their own instead of experiencing workspaces that invest in them and nurture their limitless potential.
Ericka’s work with Black Womxn Thriving seeks to define what it means for Black womxn to thrive in the workplace and to determine how Black womxn find joy, success, and stability at work.
Ericka envisions a workplace standard in which Black womxn can show up in authenticity each day in every situation and can embody the principles of corporate leadership however they choose.
What we know
To change workplace culture, it is vital to examine the processes and structures necessary to promote and support the care and healing of professional Black womxn. Additionally, identifying what companies and organizations need to do to create work environments where Black womxn thrive is of critical importance.
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By donating to the Black Womxn Thriving Research Fund, you are helping us conduct research, publish research updates, and create informational social media campaigns.
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BWT Research Team
Champions of Change
Some of our partners in this work are:
Anne L. Oxenreider
Bethany W Craig
Brittany Lynn Kriger
Cheryl Rene Washington
Clements Employment Law, PC
For Goodness Sake
Jamie R Earnhardt
Kelly C Weiley
Lauren and Mike DeCristofaro
Lauren Gay Rosenfeld
Mary Jo Mathis
Melissa Q. Rosen
Michelle M. Olsen
Sarah Jessica Farber
Susan B. Clark
Tuwana T Wingfield
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