Speaking

“Tiara is a stellar presenter focused on uplifting those around her and developing exciting conversations to inspire others. She has a knack for knowing how to get everyone involved in the discussion and makes sure to give participants lots to think about! – Kathryn Lonczewski, Rutgers University-Camden, Office of Housing and Residence Life

 

In my workshops and presentations, I utilize art and spirituality (with tools such as meditative journaling, intention setting, memory work, etc.) to help participants explore their professional and personal goals. For my audiences that are solely WOC or POC, I focus on providing healing and self-care practices that can help with identity-based trauma and radical goal setting.

Topics of Interest: Career Development, Developing Self-Confidence, Feminism, Life Planning, Leadership Development, Allyship, Women of Color in the Workplace, Radical Goal Setting, Personal Branding, Storytelling to Heal

If you would like to see who I have worked with before, click HERE, or you can CONTACT ME here for rates, workshop outlines, and other information.


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“DON’T JUDGE THE PROCESS: Self Care & Emotional Processing 101”, Intro to Student Affairs Course Guest Speaker, The Ohio State University


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“RECLAIMING OUR MINDS: Navigating Identity Based Battle Fatigue & Developing Self-Care Practice in Graduate School”, Ohio College Personnel Association


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“Justice for All? A Workshop on Just Mercy”, MUNDO, The Ohio State University


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“THE POWER OF YOUR OWN VOICE: Finding Your Brand of Activism”, Continuing the Legacy Conference, TEENSHARP Delaware

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“#CHECKYOURROOTS: An Interactive Session on Privilege and Identity”, West Virginia University, SSLI conference, MACUHO


Other Credits

“Where’s My Place”: A Storytelling Event Led By Underground: A Social Justice Organization at Rutgers-Camden

Navigating Impostor Syndrome, Residence Life RAPOC Affinity Group, The Ohio State University

BUCK-I just got here: Leaving Your Inclusion Legacy at OSU, First Year Experience Success Series, The Ohio State University

“The Power of Your Own Voice: Finding Your Brand of Activism”, Continuing the Legacy Conference, TEENSHARP Delaware

“Identifying Priivlege: Race, Gender, Sexuality at A Call to Action: Symposium Against Violence, Rutgers Camden

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