Your Team's Experience

How do we make change sustainable, inclusive, and transformative?  

Based on lessons learned from the tumultuous year of 1968, Dr. Chatelain will use her Pulitzer-Prize winning research to discuss how conflict and chaos inspired a number of ideas to attend to calls for diversity, opportunity and equity. More than five decades later, we hear similar call for change; why? History provides a rich tool for imagining a different future, and Dr. Chatelain presents case studies that will expand your understanding of the past, and can help inform the way you lead today.

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  • Marcia Chatelain

    Marcia Chatelain is a Professor of History and African American Studies at Georgetown University. Her latest book, Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America, won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for its examination of the intersection of the post-1968 civil rights struggle and the rise of the fast food industry. She also authored South Side Girls: Growing up in the Great Migration which reimagined the mass exodus of black Southerners to the urban North from the perspective of girls and teenage women. Dr. Chatelain earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and a Masters and PhD from Brown University.

$4,500 for up to 20 people
HeadcountYou can always add more attendees later!
Get Started You will be able to place a free '48-hour hold' on your preferred date & time.
 

What Happens Next?

Reviews

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Ryan
Marketing Lead
October, 2022

“…blown away by Dr. Chatelain’s work…”

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Carmela
Project Manager
September, 2022

“…a must-do experience for any team…”

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Alfred
VP of Finance
September, 2022

“…this is the inspiration my team needed…”

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Yolanda
Customer Operations Manager
October, 2022

“…gives a new perspective of American culture…”

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