Join us for a brand-new season of open, informal 30-minute conversations and Q+A with influential BIPOC leaders in our field. You will be inspired by each speaker’s pathway to promoting equity, inclusion and diversity in their daily work.
On Thursday, October 27, 2022 at 12pm PT/3pm ET join us for our next conversation with @Geraldine D'Silva
Recording is now available to watch here: https://maddies.fund/candidconvoGeraldineDSilva
If you would like to earn continuing education (CE) credit for watching, head over to Maddie's University to watch the recording and you'll receive a certificate of completion: https://university.maddiesfund.org/products/maddies-candid-conversation-with-geraldine-dsilva
Growing up in India, Geraldine developed a deep understanding of equality and the human/animal bond. From an early age, she’d care for stray dogs in her neighborhood – feeding them and taking them to a local shelter. Later, that compassion expanded using her degree in Sociology which took her to remote villages to study the caste system and women’s empowerment, and then volunteering with those experiencing homelessness. An M.B.A. from the Edinburgh Business School gave her even greater skills, but as a foreigner both in Scotland and then in the U.S., finding meaningful work was a serious challenge. Join us to hear about her journey across the globe and what inspired her to be courageous in the face of adversity.
Maddie's Fund Executive Leadership Team member Mary Ippoliti-Smith hosts the discussion and Q+A. Afterwards, continue the conversation with Geraldine on Maddie's Pet Forum: https://maddies.fund/candidconvoGeraldineDSilva
The program will be recorded and made available on Maddie's University for continuing education credit for both CAWA and NACA.#Diversity,Equity,InclusionandJustice