Want life changing career & self care tips to help Black Girls & Women, Girls & Women of Color, Allies and Everyone succeed in any field, secure mentors, and create a life of their dreams. Join Soon to be Dr. Donelle Boose @histartivist https://instagram.com/histartivist?igshid=xf7l0ux66evr and owner of Story Power History LLC https://www.linkedin.com/in/donelle-boose-86508736 for this amazing conversation.
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My major questions for Your Career and Business Interview:
1. What is your calling & why?
2. What is Story Power LLC and why does history, art, and activism matter to you?
3. Who inspires you the most and why?
4. What are the most important pieces of advice that you can share to help girls and women who:
-Are exploring what fields to enter into
-Are experiencing bias, microaggressions, and/or overt racism at school or work
-Want to organize to support black women and women of color businesses and economic success
5. How can black girls and women create habits and mindsets to help them harness feelings of abundance and recognize their skills, contributions, and worth?
6. What organizations are helping to prioritize women and girls’ economic empowerment and helping them gain needed skills to then find or create the career they want?
7. What can schools, businesses, and nonprofit organizations do to help black girls and girls of color reach their highest potential?
8. Based on your research and work at Posse and Mikva, what technical, social emotional, and life skills will girls need to succeed?
9. What ideas and contributions would the 60 year old Donelle Boose regret not sharing with the world?
Donelle Boose is Chief Historian and Owner of Story Power History, LLC, a research and workshop for hire service in the field of American History. She has a Bachelor's Degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a Masters Degree from Cornell University, and is currently a PhD candidate at American University. Having worked for 10 years in youth development for nonprofits and with students in academia at Cornell University, American University, and Montgomery College, she is a skilled educator and workshop leader. Her passion is research, writing, and facilitating conversations in and among communities about the past so that we might all better understand our common humanity. Hailing from Lynchburg, Virginia, Donelle now splits her time between New Orleans and the metro DC area. She can be reached at Donelle@storypowerhistory.com.
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Dr. Stephanie Akoumany’s Bloom Wellness Summit 2019 and how schools can make girls’ and their teachers wellness a priority on Johns Hopkins Center for Adolescent Health’s Blog https://www.jhsph.edu/research/centers-and-institutes/center-for-adolescent-health/blog/bloom-wellness-summit.
2009 Introduction of President Barack Obama at a televised White House press conference advocating for increased Pell Grants for college students from low to middle socio-economic statuses. https://www.c-span.org/video/?285476-1/president-obama-remarks-higher-education-policy
2018 NAIS POCC Conference https://youtu.be/w6p-Fyip5d0