All Members Roundtable
This is a special opportunity we think all of our members will enjoy so we are opening this presentation and panel discussion up to all members. It will be a two-part series that spans October and November, please join us virtually for this unique opportunity!
October and November we will discuss one topic over two meetings.
“Unconscious Bias” at the work place.
Join us as the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum’s Ackerman Family Director of Education leads a discussion on Understanding Unconscious Bias. During this session, we will explore how unconscious bias works and discuss how it impacts our professions and role in the community. Learn from everyday examples and then participate in an interactive visual thinking activity unpacking unconscious bias. We will wrap up with the tools to begin to repair unconscious bias.
Charlotte Decoster, PhD Bio
Charlotte Decoster, PhD is the Ackerman Family Director of Education for the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum. An experienced educator, she has researched, taught, and written on Holocaust history. She holds a PhD in History from the University of North Texas. She regularly speaks on the Holocaust, children, and child rescue during the Holocaust, and in Nazi Germany. She has travelled throughout the U.S. to give talks on Anne Frank and child rescue during the Holocaust.