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Meet and Greet with Dr. Tana Session – Author of “Working While Black”
September 15 @ 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Join Chief Girlfriend Saná Rasul for a meet and greet interview with Dr. Tana Session.
Dr. Tana M. Session is an award-winning International Speaker, Best-selling Author, and Certified Executive-level Performance Strategist.
Her path to success was not an easy one, and started out with her being born into the New York City foster care system where she remained until she was 3 1/2 years old and reunited with her biological family. She pushed through her adversities and went on to build a successful career in Human Resources and a successful public speaking and consulting practice.
Tana openly and readily shares her life and career lessons with audiences and individual clients so they can learn from what worked and what did not work along her personal journey. Her ability to overcome obstacles, both professional and personal, has fueled her to stay-the-course to be successful in all her endeavors. Over the years, she has learned to use her adversities as FUEL and not EXCUSES. Witnessing people truly operate in their purpose is what inspires Tana, and reinforces she is conducting her purpose-driven work. Her unique skill is making people MORE of who they already ARE!
We will discuss her latest book “Working While Black: A Woman’s Guide To Stop Being The Best Kept Secret“
From Dr. Session: “By sharing strategies for what it takes to Stop Being the Best Kept Secret(R) under the prescriptive captions of Own Your Power, Own Your Truth, Own Your Healing, Own Your Worth and Own Your Destiny, readers will gain innovative tools to help avoid corporate landmines, while gaining sponsors and allies along the way. This is my story, and when I was experiencing these landmines, I felt like I was the only one and I felt very alone. I only shared my experiences with close friends and family but returned to the office each day with a smile on my face. I knew I had to write this book when I became a performance coach for Black women and learned their stories were my stories. Fortunately, I was able to convince other influential and successful women to do the same, including Swati Mandela, the granddaughter of Winnie & Nelson Mandela. These phenomenal Black women trust me with telling their stories for others to learn from as they grow in their careers and businesses.”
This Virtual meet-n-greet has only 25 seats available, so reserve your spot now.
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