This is a conversation where Eliza and Sedruola talk about white feminism, legacy, affirmative action and so much more. It’s a dynamic conversation between two strongly opinionated women passionate about social justice.
Eliza VanCort is an in-demand consultant, speaker, and writer on communications, career and workplace issues, and women’s empowerment. The founder of The Actor’s Workshop of Ithaca, she is also a Cook House Fellow at Cornell University, an advisory board member of the Performing Arts for Social Change, a Diversity Crew partner, and a member of Govern For America’s League of Innovators. Her first book, A Woman’s Guide to Claiming Space, publishes May 11, 2021.
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