2020 FSA Annual Meeting | Being Community: Inspiring Inclusion 
April 29 - May 1 | Medford Leas, One Medford Leas Way, Medford, NJ 08055

Friday, May 1 | Diversity & Inclusion Symposium

Deconstructing Unconscious Bias
Recognize, address, and change limiting narratives and behaviors that undermine engagement and genuine inclusion and diversity. Learn to use tools that help rewire your brain to be more inclusive and open to engaging with people who look and think differently from them.

Speaker Biography
Due Quach is a social entrepreneur and the author of Calm Clarity: How to Use Science to Rewire Your Brain for Greater Wisdom, Fulfillment and Joy. Through her social enterprise, Calm Clarity, she uses neuroscience and mindfulness to guide organizations and individuals to tackle complex social challenges such as addressing unconscious bias, healing trauma and developing resilience, and building genuine inclusion.

Having started life in poverty as a refugee in inner-city Philadelphia, Due turned to neuroscience to heal the long-term effects of trauma, graduate from Harvard College and the Wharton School of Business, and build a successful international business career.

After her autobiographical essay, “Poor and Traumatized at Harvard,” became a viral sensation, she collaborated with student leaders to start a grassroots organization, the Collective Success Network, to mentor, support, and empower low-income, first-generation college students to successfully navigate college and enter professional careers. Due also serves on the board of the Power of Professional Women, a non-profit organization that supports the advancement of women leaders in the Greater Philadelphia region.

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