Inclusive Storytelling: Authentic Voices with Ashwini Prasad
A conversation with guest speaker Ashwini Prasad, MA, MBA, CSM (She, Her, Hers)
About this Event
“Inclusion is not a matter of political correctness. It is the key to growth.” — Jesse Jackson
Leaders today understand that making progress with diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and accessibility is a journey of cultural change that they must undertake.
What are you doing to propel change and inclusion within your company culture and beyond?
Diversity, equity and inclusion — commonly referred to as DEI — has become increasingly important in the workplace. Employers must now actively work to create meaningful change in spite of the history of injustice that has marginalized underrepresented groups within the workplace.
Let’s take a deeper look at diversity, inclusion and belonging in the arts. Join us as we facilitate conversations about how to be anti-racist, race, diversity, inclusion and unconscious bias to community members.
This workshop explores approaches for creating and depicting authentic diverse characters in film and TV. Through education and interactive breakout rooms, you’ll learn how to make your storytelling more inclusive. Topics include where and how to research, exclusion in the media, media influence, how to write inclusively and decolonizing Hollywood.
Join us as we strive to move the conversation forward. This discussion is open to professionals and business owners interested in learning more about leadership for a changing demographic.
Let’s discuss how transformational leadership is enacted for diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and accessibility within your teams and programs.
Our forum provides a safe space to have relevant discussion, with an emphasis on diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and accessibility.
We invite leaders from throughout the country to infuse their knowledge and wisdom with the group so that we can have an enriching and deepening shared experience.
Please join us!
“When everyone is included, everyone wins.” — Jesse Jackson
About Ashwini Prasad
Ashwini Prasad, The Inclusive Screenwriter, leads with equity and justice as her pillars in her work as an anti-racist consultant, screenwriter and podcast host. Her pillars were rooted in college which is now over 20 years of experience in anti-racism, anti-oppression and social justice work with two Master’s degrees in these focus areas.
Ashwini’s screenplays focus on bringing people who are erased/marginalized onto our screens. Her recent book, “How To Write Inclusively: An Analysis & How To Guide,” provides how tos on writing inclusively that is available for purchase on Amazon OverDrive, and Nook.
Her podcast, “Inclusive Storytelling,” is available on Apple and Spotify. The vodcast is on YouTube. Feel free to leave reviews and subscribe!
Find out more about Ashwini at theinclusivescreenwriter.com