Nicole Lee of Inclusive Life and I are co-facilitating four weekly sessions in the month of June for the Mother’s Quest Community members of all ethnicities, committed to anti-racism and solidarity during these times. We want to be in conversation and community as we all show up in our motherhood and activism.
Four live zoom sessions for an hour and a half with teaching from Nicole and opportunities for us to share what we are navigating.
Cost would be $99 per person, all funds would support Nicole’s time.
If this is a barrier, please reach out about a sliding scale or scholarship.
If you want to support Nicole’s work, this opportunity and make space for others but this day/time or offering is not a match for you? You can pay for a scholarship spot for someone else – email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate this.
If you’re ready to secure your spot, you can pay now. Please note in the comments “Mothers Conversation Series” Click here https://bit.ly/MothersConversationSeries
For more information, please watch this video posted in the Mother’s Quest Facebook Group.
If you are not familiar with Nicole, you may want to tune into this episode I re-released from the podcast, recorded several years ago as I was just beginning to step into my own antiracism work and activism.
Hope you’ll join us,
Founder Mother’s Quest & Women Podcasters in Solidarity
Nicole Lee is a diversity, equity and inclusion expert, leadership coach, nationally recognized speaker and strategist who regularly consults with nonprofits, schools, businesses and political and social movements to improve their climate for themselves and all those that they serve.
She is the founder of Inclusive Life™ and co-founder of the Lee Bayard Group LLC and Black Movement-Law Project (BMLP). For almost a decade she served as President of TransAfrica, working with leaders across the globe to advocate for a just U.S. foreign policy.
Nicole is a prolific speaker who has given testimony to the U.S. Congress, the United Nations and other international bodies. She has been a commentator on CNN, MSNBC, NPR, and BBC. She has been recognized for her outstanding contributions in the private and public sectors through numerous awards, including Congressional Black Caucus, Running Starts “Women to Watch”, Black Women’s Roundtable TrailBlazer, Global Leadership and the National Newspapers Publishers Association’s Press Champion Award.
Nicole is both an attorney and an intuitive coach. Through this unique blend, she has contributed to movements in the U.S. and abroad through human rights documentation, coaching and holding space in difficult situations. One of her proudest moments was working along side civil rights icon Bill Lucy, the architect of the historic Memphis sanitation strike for a national commemoration of the life of his good friend Nelson Mandela.
Nicole lives in Washington, DC with her husband, political scientist Marc Bayard, children and three pets.