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Renee Poussaint  

Emmy-Winning Journalist; Co-Founder and CEO of The National Visionary Leadership Project

RENEE POUSSAINT: An Emmy Award winner for her production of international documentaries, Ms. Poussaint is also a veteran journalist with a career that includes TV correspondent for CBS News and correspondent and anchor for ABC News. Her works have appeared on Discovery, A & E, and Lifetime Television. She has interviewed major individuals such as Walter Cronkite, Tony Bennett, Gloria Steinem and Desmond Tutu. She is focusing on issues that reach into the 21st Century relative to race and multi-national activities. She completed studies at UCLA, Columbia University and the Sorbonne in addition to her doctorate from Georgetown University.


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Improving Professional Communication

A look at the obstacles impeding modern technological communication generally, but particularly across racial and gender lines. What to beware of before we push “send”.

The New Meaning of Ethnic Diversity

What does the term “Ethnic Diversity” really mean in a world where, particularly younger generations, define themselves in international and global terms, rather than traditional racial or ethnic terms? Why the term “other” on forms, just isn’t acceptable any more.

Wisdom of the Elders

What can we learn from older generations: advice, perspectives, and warnings about unnecessary missteps? How can we communicate this wisdom across generational lines to really get young people involved?

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