Dyvergent Change Makers

Episode 5 - Restorative Justice

April 09, 2021 Kerry D. Rosado Season 2 Episode 2
Dyvergent Change Makers
Episode 5 - Restorative Justice
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Dyvergent Change Makers
Episode 5 - Restorative Justice
Apr 09, 2021 Season 2 Episode 2
Kerry D. Rosado

In this episode I interview Dawn Stone, CEO of The Conflict Chick .  We discuss restorative justice, the school to prison pipeline, and DEI in education and the workplace.

About the Guest
Dawn Stone, CEO
The Conflict Chick - www.theconflictchick.com

Author, keynote speaker and business consultant with more than 25 years of corporate and community experience in leadership, training and development, higher education, marketing, operations, sales, and corporate and nonprofit strategy generation.

CEO of her company, "The Conflict Chick" formally known as Conflict and Communication Specialists has helped organizations, businesses, and individuals improve communication by effectively managing diversity, equity, inclusion and conflict. She has experts who specialize in corporate, educational, cultural, gender, generational, racial and religious conflict.

About the Host
Kerry Rosado, Founder & Principal DEI Consultant
Dyvergent Consulting Group, LLC - www.dyvergentcg.com

Kerry is a Founder and Principal Diversity Consultant for Dyvergent Consulting Group, LLC. An elected official serving as a school board trustee with 7 years of diversity and inclusion experience. A proud mother of two boys with autism and a neurodiversity advocate.  A Latina in Tech that has worked at top tech companies such as Microsoft and Amazon to advocate for diversity and inclusion to empower women and minorities.​

Former board member for People Acting in Community Together (PACT), where she empowered the community to solve social issues related to housing, immigration, education, and social justice. Led community rallies to advocate for equitable education for all. Mentored youth through Google's CS First Program and Microsoft TEALS Program, teaching computer science fundamentals. Led and won hackathons at Women Who Code Silicon Valley, a non profit dedicated to helping women excel in technology.

Follow the Facebook Group for this podcast at https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastdyvergentchangemakers

If you need support with diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging join this DEIB Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/deibsupportgroup

To register for the Unconscious Bias Training go to
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/workshop-unconscious-bias-tickets-149269546231

For the Dyvergent Change Makers 2021 DEI Summit register at 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dyvergent-change-makers-2021-deib-summit-tickets-149250483213

Show Notes

In this episode I interview Dawn Stone, CEO of The Conflict Chick .  We discuss restorative justice, the school to prison pipeline, and DEI in education and the workplace.

About the Guest
Dawn Stone, CEO
The Conflict Chick - www.theconflictchick.com

Author, keynote speaker and business consultant with more than 25 years of corporate and community experience in leadership, training and development, higher education, marketing, operations, sales, and corporate and nonprofit strategy generation.

CEO of her company, "The Conflict Chick" formally known as Conflict and Communication Specialists has helped organizations, businesses, and individuals improve communication by effectively managing diversity, equity, inclusion and conflict. She has experts who specialize in corporate, educational, cultural, gender, generational, racial and religious conflict.

About the Host
Kerry Rosado, Founder & Principal DEI Consultant
Dyvergent Consulting Group, LLC - www.dyvergentcg.com

Kerry is a Founder and Principal Diversity Consultant for Dyvergent Consulting Group, LLC. An elected official serving as a school board trustee with 7 years of diversity and inclusion experience. A proud mother of two boys with autism and a neurodiversity advocate.  A Latina in Tech that has worked at top tech companies such as Microsoft and Amazon to advocate for diversity and inclusion to empower women and minorities.​

Former board member for People Acting in Community Together (PACT), where she empowered the community to solve social issues related to housing, immigration, education, and social justice. Led community rallies to advocate for equitable education for all. Mentored youth through Google's CS First Program and Microsoft TEALS Program, teaching computer science fundamentals. Led and won hackathons at Women Who Code Silicon Valley, a non profit dedicated to helping women excel in technology.

Follow the Facebook Group for this podcast at https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastdyvergentchangemakers

If you need support with diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging join this DEIB Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/deibsupportgroup

To register for the Unconscious Bias Training go to
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/workshop-unconscious-bias-tickets-149269546231

For the Dyvergent Change Makers 2021 DEI Summit register at 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dyvergent-change-makers-2021-deib-summit-tickets-149250483213