You've got questions. We want to help you get them answered. This the second in a new series of our free Bite-Sized Learning events titled "Ask Me Anything." We hear about nonprofit trends and topics and bring experts in to field your questions. Nonprofits of all sizes are welcome. This one-hour session will be in webinar format and questions will be answered through the Q&A function, prioritized through the "upvote" function.
The goal of the session is to answer questions you have around cultural inclusion in the workplace. (What does that mean for my organization? How do I do it? Am I doing it effectively? What am I missing? Can you tell me more?) Whether you sometimes feel reluctant to ask questions around cultural inclusion, or are possibly completely comfortable doing so, our presenter might be a good resource for you. She is all ears and ready to answer your questions, and her approach is very welcoming.
The Bite-Sized Learning events are designed by MCN’s Greater Minnesota team to keep us connected across the state. While the topics are chosen to meet the needs of Greater Minnesota, all are welcome here.
The event will be hosted on Zoom. You will need a computer and a phone as a back-up audio method.
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is a fifth-grade teacher in the Duluth public school district.She's been a classroom teacher for ten years and is the founder and CEO of Jebeh Cultural Consulting LLC. Previously, Jebeh was the director of the African American Cultural Center with the Duluth school district for eight years. She has given numerous local and regional presentations related to diversity, African-American heritage, and cultural competency. She has a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of Minnesota - Duluth and a post-bachelor's teaching certificate from the College of St. Scholastica. She graduated with a master's of science in teaching from The College of St. Scholastica. Jebeh came to the United States in 1982 on a minor J-2 visa status with her parents, who were escaping the conflict in Liberia by enrolling in graduate programs in the U.S. Her journey to citizenship took 30 years. Her journey in educating others is a lifelong passion.