Let's challenge self-doubt in community.
If you're anything like me, you've doubted your skills. If you happen to be a woman or person of color or a millennial like me, you've also come up against the doubts of others on a cultural level.
If you're tired of turning down opportunities, neglecting to advocate for yourself, and doubting your own value, I've been there. I've also stayed in unhealthy workplace environments much longer than I should've because I didn't think that I could flourish on my own.
Let's meet, deliberate, and collectively choose to live and work in healthier ways. This 90 minute workshop was designed to help you get to the root of how IS manifests in your life.
Read more about my journey here.
If you’d like to join us on 5/5, tickets can be purchased here.
About the speaker:
Rayshauna Gray is a native Chicagoan living in Cambridge, MA. After college, she moved to Boston to start a new chapter...where she promptly experienced severe imposter syndrome. After years of reflection, she developed a framework for challenging self-sabotage and harsh self-criticism. This workshop has been facilitated at multiple conferences in Boston and Chicago.
These days, Gray loves researching with Tufts University's Center for the Study of Race & Democracy, Harvard's History Design Studio, and serving on committees including the Cambridge Historical Society and Boston Book Festival. She’s currently putting the finishing touches on Roseland, a book about the last 200 years of her family's history through seven generations of women in her family (Belt Publishing, Spring 2020).