How Implicit Bias Affects Us - 2/7

Thursday, February 7, 2019 - 7:30pm

Bias, a shorthand way of putting people and things into categories, can be either helpful or detrimental. Learn about bias, how it works, and why you need to combat it in your everyday life. Join Christine Moses, Communications Director at Lake Oswego School District, a trained facilitator in diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. She is experienced in helping people discuss controversial topics to help communities and organizations heal.

City Hall Council Chamber, 380 A Ave., 7:30 pm

“I believe we each make positive contributions to our communities when we deeply listen to each other,” says Christine Moses.

As the Lake Oswego School District's chief communicator since July 1, 2017, Moses is responsible for developing and promoting the LOSD brand, supporting principals and administrators in their quest for clear communication, and for engaging the broader community.

Moses founded Buffalo Cloud Consulting LLC in Austin, Texas, in 2014, offering marketing and community engagement services to organizations and delivering diversity, equity and inclusion consulting. 

She previously served for seven years as director of communications for A.I.R. in Austin, an education research organization. Moses also founded and served as president of Wholly Moses Media & Consulting LLC for eight years and worked as director of community outreach and marketing communications for Connecticut Science Center for four years.

Moses currently volunteers with the group Respond to Racism LO. She holds a bachelor's degree in sociology from Princeton University and a M.A.in public policy from Trinity College.

Location
Lake Oswego City Hall - Council Chamber
380 A Ave
Lake Oswego, OR 97034