Session: Black Burnout - Educating Allies While Prioritizing Yourself

by Schwarzman Center

Lecture, Talk, or Panel

Tue, Apr 4, 2023

12 PM – 1:30 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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The Peck Room at Yale Schwarzman Center

168 Grove Street, New Haven, CT 06511, United States

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Black burnout is an epidemic that has yet to be remedied. Black students, faculty, and staff are often asked to take on the burden of educating their peers, advocating for the next generation, and are looked at as the voices of an entire community. How can we work to ensure that Black students, faculty, and staff prioritize themselves and prevent burnout?

Lead Sessionist: MiChaela Barker (MPH/MBA candidate)

MiChaela Barker is a dual Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Health student at Yale University. Prior to coming to Yale, MiChaela worked in the maternal and infant mortality space to reduce healthcare disparities. Her interests include entrepreneurship, singing, songwriting, music production, and Spanish language.

 

 

Should you require accessible accommodations, please contact Christian Ponce at christian.ponce@yale.edu by Friday, March 31st, 5 pm.
 
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The Peck Room at Yale Schwarzman Center

168 Grove Street, New Haven, CT 06511, United States

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