Jen Cort’s Talk on Having Meaningful Conversations About Difficult Topics

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Description: Today’s parents are tasked with topics many have never discussed themselves making it all the more difficult to talk with their teens.  In this workshop we will focus on strategies to use when talking about COVID, sexuality, race relations, politics and more!  

Bio: Jen Cort is a diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice consultant working with schools and organizations in multiple countries. As an educator and clinical social worker, Jen has served as an assistant head of lower school, head of a middle school, and senior administrator as well as a counselor in lower, middle and upper schools and private practice. Jen works with groups to create sustainable and systemic change and to live out their missions regarding diversity and inclusion.  Her goal is to create spaces where students, and all community members, can be seen and heard while learning to be visible and use their voices in productive ways. Jen has presented at national conferences, hosts a diversity institute, is a frequent contributor to publications, and her work has been quoted in the Washington Post, and New York Times. Jen is the host of an internationally syndicated podcast “Third Space With Jen Cort”.

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Mar 11 2021


7:00 pm - 8:30 pm