Phi Sigma Pi E-Learning Center
How To Have Tough Conversations About Diversity & Race
How To Have Tough Conversations About Diversity & Race is part of the Diversity & Inclusion Lunch & Learn Series.
Why is it difficult to have conversations about diversity and race? Could implicit bias be a contributing factor? Have you ever wondered why our beliefs sometimes don't match our actions? Alumni Member Cheri Wilson (Alpha Tau Chapter '92) discusses tips and strategies for mitigating bias when it comes to our daily interactions and decision-making and how this can facilitate discussions of diversity and race.
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Cheri Wilson, MA, MHS, CPHQ (Alpha Tau Chapter '92)
Diversity & Inclusion, Cultural & Linguistic Competence, & Health Equity Subject Matter Expert
Cheri received a BA in Russian from Howard University, an MA in Russian Area Studies from the University of Minnesota, was a PhD candidate (ABD) in Russian history at the University of Minnesota, and received an MHS in Health Finance and Management from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is multilingual—fluent in Russian, speaks French and Spanish with a reading knowledge of German. Ms. Wilson is a nationally recognized diversity and inclusion, cultural and linguistic competence, and health equity subject matter expert. Most recently, she was the Director, Corporate Office of Diversity & Inclusion at RWJ Barnabas Health in New Jersey. Previously, Ms. Wilson was an Assistant Scientist in the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions and an Acting Assistant Director of the Quality Improvement Department at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Ms. Wilson is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ), a Past President of the Maryland Association for Healthcare Quality, and a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.