The Rotary clubs of the Central Coast will present the second free lecture in its Inclusion in Action series, A Conversation About Being Black and Creating a Diversity Sensitive Environment, 6 p.m. Dec. 9.
Speaker Eugene Whitlock will address the topic How to Talk About Race. Whitlock is chief people and culture officer/assistant vice chancellor-human resources at UC Berkeley.
Mel Vines, assistant principal at Simi Institute for Careers & Education, will discuss How to Build Cultural Competency.
The speakers will share their experience of how interacting with others promoted their success and what an individual viewer can do to encourage and benefit African Americans within personal networks and organizations.
A Q&A will follow the talks.
To register in advance for the webinar at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-0zw1DNuRRarWyLKJAr_ew.
Spark! is a lecture series sponsored by Rotary clubs of the Central Coast, which promotes insight and understanding by hosting experts in science, politics, social issues, and innovation. For more information, visit https://sparksbsunriserotary.com/.
Rotary is an international humanitarian service organization helping to improve communities and advance goodwill and world peace. It is non-political and non-religious and open to all. There are more than 1.2 million Rotarians worldwide.
For information, contact Scott Burns, 805-448-8110 or Wscott@wsburns.com.