Tuesday, April 23 - 11:15 am – 1:15 pm
Women in Industry Session & Lunch
Better Together: How to Build a Culture of Belonging
Presented by Princess Sarah Culberson an internationally-known thought leader, TEDx speaker, artist and educator.
Building a culture of belonging is more than top-down leadership and operating on the mindset that it’s someone else’s responsibility. Princess Sarah focuses on empowering YOU, the individual, to take action and build a tribe that is meaningful, passionate, and sustainable.
Princess Sarah uses her personal experience as an adopted child growing up in a bi-racial family, as well as understanding a whole new culture when she discovered that she was a real-life princess in Sierra Leone. Learn how to navigate with compassion and use humanity to listen and learn to drive decisions.
All Attendees (men and women!) are welcome to attend this session! Attendees will enjoy lunch and networking with fellow attendees immediately following this presentation. There is no additional cost to attend this session. RSVP Required.
About Princess Sarah Culberson
Raised in West Virginia by her adopted parents, Sarah Culberson had little knowledge of her ancestry. She grew up in a loving, white household, but she had questions about her identity and biracial roots that led her to hire a private investigator in 2004. When she began her unforgettable journey to find her family, she never imagined what she would discover or how it would change her life: she was related to African royalty. Her biological grandfather is the Paramount Chief of a village in Sierra Leone, West Africa and Sarah is considered a Mahaloi, with the status of a princess.