We are living in a dramatic time of change as we navigate the global crises in health, the economy, equality, and leadership.
Our Women Leading Through Change series highlights powerful voices leading the way across industries and communities. We share tools and strategies for professional and personal growth, and the power of data to elevate individuals, groups, and organizations. Watch this open conversation Alicia Garza, internationally recognized organizer, writer, and public speaker.
In 2018, Alicia founded the Black Futures Lab, an organization that designs new ways to build Black political power in cities and states. Alicia dreams of a future where all Black communities have what they need to live well. Her organizing brings together culture change and policy change. Alicia is the Strategy & Partnerships Director for the National Domestic Workers Alliance, the nation’s premier voice for millions of domestic workers in the United States.
With Opal Tometi and Patrisse Cullors, Alicia created #BlackLivesMatter and the Black Lives Matter Global Network, a global organizing project to end state violence and oppression against Black people. The Black Lives Matter Global Network now has 40 chapters in 4 countries. In this 30 minute discussion and 15 minutes of audience Q&A, Alicia shares:
- The role of data in leading through change
- Alicia's journey of leadership
- Intersectional activism
- Tools for daily actions of anti-racism in personal & professional settings