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Tue, Jun 11

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https://the-authentic-asian.circle.so/

Navigating Male-Dominated Workplaces as an AAPI Woman

Microaggressions. Gaslighting. Unconscious bias. We’ve all dodged, ducked, and weaved through these issues. But what if we were to address these things head on? What would that look like? Explore what keeps us from speaking up and how we might change that in the future.

Navigating Male-Dominated Workplaces as an AAPI Woman
Navigating Male-Dominated Workplaces as an AAPI Woman

Time & Location

Jun 11, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PDT

https://the-authentic-asian.circle.so/

About the event

Microaggressions. Gaslighting. Unconscious bias. We’ve all dodged, ducked, and weaved through these issues. But what if we were to address these things head on? What would that look like? Explore what keeps us from speaking up and how we might change that in the future. You’ll learn how to identify and handle these issues as they happen, how to enlist allies, and also what to do in the aftermath.

Bio:

Ming (she/her) is a Leadership & Career Coach who coaches people at the intersection of race, gender, tech, and leadership. She is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and an accredited ICF coach (ACC), as well as a Women-in-Management Facilitator at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She works with those stuck in the margins of the workplace, at a crossroads in their path, and those looking to make hard pivots in their lives. Her focus is largely driven by her own lived experiences as an AAPI woman leader in tech faced with gaslighting, microaggressions, conscious and unconscious biases, and generally the lack of support for AAPI women leaders in the workplace. She is passionate about championing her clients' strengths and fighting injustice in creative and humorous ways.

Before coaching full time, Ming spent 20+ years in tech working in leadership roles in sales, account management, strategy & operations, business development, and global product partnerships. She led teams at Akamai Technologies, Comcast, and Twitter and has taken startups to acquisition 3x.

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