About This Experience
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In this new reality, some of us are being asked to go back to the physical workspace, some of us are being asked to work remotely, and most of us are asked to learn new skills and step into new experiences. In order to meet these new expectations, we may feel vulnerable about exposing parts of us that traditionally we may have kept private, such as our concerns of safety, our fears of competency, pre-existing medical conditions, and home life challenges.
Join us as we share insights into how we can lean in and reframe the conversation in the workplace to feel safe and invite a spirit of inclusion as we continue to navigate the dynamically shifting new abnormal of the workplace.
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Guest Speaker, Linda Newton
Ms. Newton is the principal of Newton & Newton, providing leadership development, executive coaching, and consultation services in community relations and diversity. She has more than 30 years of experience as a professional in the health insurance industry as Vice President of Community Relations and Diversity for Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island. Ms. Newton has a long history of community service and has received numerous awards including the NAACP Rosa Parks Award, the United Way John H. Chaffee lifetime achievement award and the Providence Business News diversity champion award. She was one of the founding members of Grantmakers Council of Rhode Island and has served as Chair of the RI State Ethics Commission, the RI Commission on Women, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence, and the diversity committee of the American Lung Association National Board. Ms. Newton is currently co-Chair of the Black Philanthropy Bannister Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation, and serves on the board of directors for Rhode Island Kids Count and the Champlin Foundation. She also serves on the board of Diversity & Inclusion Professionals, a non-profit organization that she was instrumental in founding.
Ms. Newton is a graduate of Tufts University, is married, and has two adult children and three grandchildren.