What’s it like to be the only BIPOC designer in the meeting, at the decision-makers table, or in the organization? How do we make sure that doesn’t happen to the next generation? Join award-winning designer, writer, and educator Gail Anderson for an honest conversation, and hear occasionally hair-raising tales about her experiences with diversity, equity, inclusion, and all the words and actions in between.
In this session, you’ll discover:
- What it’s like to not see yourself in the workplace or classroom
- Why an inclusive design education is vital
- That it’s okay to make mistakes (as long as you own them)