DO BLACK PROFESSIONALS NEED WHITE ADVOCACY?
As well as an opportunity to network, this iDNetwork event will also feature a stimulating panel discussion on the topic of White Advocacy and its impact on black professionals within the workplace.
5 pm: Arrivals and networking
5.55pm: Welcome, iDNetwork Founder and entrepreneur, Nyasha Pitt
6 pm: Speaker 1: Roger Dix – Topic: Diversity in Leadership (WMCA Leadership Commission)
6.10pm: Speaker 2: Zoe Bennett – Topic: A story of White Advocacy
6.20pm: Panel discussion: Do Black Professionals need White Advocacy?
7.20pm: Networking and drinks
There is ample parking a few minutes’ walk away at Birmingham Snow Hill – pay and display / RingGo.
iDNetwork is a business network for Black professionals, entrepreneurs and students, created by Living Content Ltd CEO Nyasha Pitt. It is designed to provide a safe space for an inclusive and interesting debate, to enable meaningful connections and to inspire and motivate the black professionals who engage with events or social media. A digital interface is in development and will be launched in this month (May 2019)!