Panel Discussion

How Black Women Get To Reimagine The Future Of Work

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How Black Women Get To Reimagine The Future Of Work

This past year has seen unprecedented numbers of women of color and specifically Black women leaving the workplace, and many more are considering leaving their jobs by the end of the year. Many of these women are feeling burnt out, and are looking for greater purpose in their career. What does it look like when we get to reimagine the future of work in this new reality that we find ourselves in? How can we have a comeback that is aligned with our purpose and values, and what will that actually take? Join Rha Goddess, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of nFormation, CEO of Move The Crowd and author of The Calling for an insightful fireside chat with Sienna Brown as we begin to reimagine the future of work for Black women.

Meet The Speakers

Rha Goddess
Rha Goddess
Author, Founder & CEO, Move The Crowd, Co-CEO & Founder, nFormation

Rha Goddess is the entrepreneurial soul coach behind hundreds of breakthrough changemakers, cultural visionaries and social entrepreneurs, from New York Times bestsellers to multi-million dollar social enterprises. As CEO of Move The Crowd, Rha is galvanizing a movement of three million entrepreneurs dedicated to re-imagining “work” as a vehicle for creative expression, financial freedom and societal transformation. She’s passionate about creating a “whole self” approach to entrepreneurship, and her unique methodology has empowered a new generation of conscious entrepreneurs to stay true, get paid, anddo good.

Sienna J. Brown
Sienna J. Brown
Sr. Manager Global DEI Strategy, PowerToFly

Sienna J. Brown is a Global D&I strategist at PowerToFly. As an educator, expat and entrepreneur her mission is to teach driven women how secure remote work opportunities aligned with their bigger mission and provide them with freedom and flexibility. Over the past 6 years, her focus has been working with companies and employees to create more diverse and inclusive workplaces that have a positive impact on their personal and professional lives. When she’s not working, she’s at home on the Mediterranean coast watering her plants, cooking a good meal or engaging in meaningful conversations with friends.