Creating Connection with Your Communities
In this panel discussion, facilitated by Becky Robinson, three authors will share the best methods they found for connecting with their communities before, during, and after the launch of their books.
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- Dr. Shirley Davis
- Arthur Woods
- Tamara Winfrey-Harris
Dr. Shirley Davis is a sought-after global workforce expert, corporate business executive, and award-winning keynote speaker. Her work has been featured in Wall Street Journal, NBC’s Today Show, CBS News, USA Today, CNN.com, Fast Company, Fox News, and many others. She is the author of the two recently released books, Living Beyond “What If?” Release the Limits and Realize Your Dreams (Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2021), and the first-ever Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Dummies (Wiley & Sons Publishers, 2022). She’s also the author of Reinvent Yourself and The Seat. Additionally, she is a popular author of five LinkedIn Learning courses on Leadership and DEI. She currently serves as national board member of the Make-A-Wish Foundation and on numerous other community groups. Learn more at drshirleydavis.com and connect @drshirleydavis.
Arthur Woods is a social entrepreneur and LGBTQ+ leader, working at the intersection of equity, inclusion and technology. He was named to Forbes 30 Under 30 and 40 Under 40 by BEQ. He is the author of the national best-selling book, Hiring for Diversity; he is a global keynote speaker, having delivered 3 TEDx talks; and has contributed to Harvard Business Review, FastCompany and Forbes. He is the co-founder of Mathison, a venture-backed technology platform, and the creator of the first Equal Hiring Index to assess and benchmark inclusive hiring practices. Arthur previously co-founded Imperative, a leading social learning platform; Out in Tech, the largest global LGBTQ technology community; and Social Impact 360, a collegiate social enterprise education program.
Tamara Winfrey-Harris, a writer who specializes in the intersection of race and gender, is the author of The Sisters Are Alright: Changing the Broken Narrative of Black Women in America and Dear Black Girl: Letters From Your Sisters On Stepping Into Your Power. Her work can be found in media outlets, including The New York Times, The Atlantic, Cosmopolitan, New York Magazine, and The Los Angeles Times. Her work can also be found in several books, including The Lemonade Reader: Beyonce, Black Feminism and Spirituality; The Burden: African Americans and the Enduring Impact of Slavery; and Black in the Middle: An Anthology of the Black Midwest.
Tamara is Vice President of People, Culture and Brand for Central Indiana Community Foundation and has more than 25 years experience in communication and marketing.