Women Who Lead

Women Who LeadEpisode 70–Women Who Lead

Women who lead have certain qualities that set them apart from others. Such is the case with Teresa Hardy, President of the DeKalb Chapter of the NAACP.

The Working Woman Radio Show sat down with Ms. Hardy to talk about the role of the NAACP, today. We also talked about the important characteristics of women who lead.

More About Teresa Hardy

Teresa Hardy is the President of the NAACP DeKalb Branch, where she is making positive impacts. Some of these impacts include increasing membership, voter rights empowerment, economic justice, education advocacy, and youth empowerment.  

Ms. Hardy is an active member of Salem Bible Church. She serves on the Political/Social Action Ministry team. She also facilitates the Women Empowerment Series which focuses on health and wellness, professional and career development.

Teresa is an experienced executive manager with over 20+ years in management consulting. She is CEO of Hardy, Graham and Associates LLC. As the program delivery expert, she provides a strategic vision for delivering client-focused and value-based strategies and solutions.

 

 

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Become A NAACP Member Today

If you care about fighting the racial disparities that are still too prevalent in America, the NAACP is the place where you can make a difference.

 

 

 

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Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling at Your Workplace

Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling. Dealing with gender and racial discrimination in the workplaceEpisode 2- Breaking Through the ‘Glass Ceiling’ At Your Workplace

The “glass ceiling” is a metaphor for the invisible barrier that prevents some people from rising to senior positions in the workplace. Every day across America, women experience sexism and inequities that that their male counterparts do not face. Additionally, women of color have the extra burden of racial discrimination.

Workplace discrimination is a difficult thing to tackle, but it’s not impossible. Emmy Award-winning journalist and Atlanta Mommy blogger, Joyce Brewer and I, talk about some things that women, specifically women of color, can do to push past the “that’s just the way things are” mentality and smash the “glass ceiling”.

In our interview, we will discuss the psychology behind the “glass ceiling” mindset,  the “micro-aggressions” that women of color face when they try to climb the corporate ladder, and the actions that management can take to break with the status quo and dismantle the “glass ceiling” culture.

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