A Panel Moderated by Victor Brown

June 26, 9:00am - 10:00am CDT. Hosted at the CreativeMornings BHM YouTube Channel

part of a series on Insecure


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We’re thrilled to announce our 1st ever virtual event with a panel of speakers:

Javacia Harris Bowser is a freelance writer and blogger and the founder of See Jane Write, a website and community for women who write and blog. Before becoming a full-time freelance writer, she taught English at the Alabama School of Fine Arts for 10 years. A proud graduate of the journalism programs at the University of Alabama and the University of California at Berkeley, Javacia has written for a number of local and national media outlets including USA Today, Good Grit magazine, Birmingham magazine, The Birmingham Times, and B-Metro magazine. Javacia loves books, brunch, and Beyonce and if you feed her tacos she’ll be your best friend forever.

T. Marie King is an activist, speaker, trainer, and community consultant with nearly 20 years of service, education, and community experience. She travels to cities across the nation serving as an authentic voice for progression. In her hometown, Birmingham, Alabama, she has the opportunity to share her passion about creating pathways to healing, teaching nonviolence, and building a better, global community.

Robert Hernandez is the Founder and President of the Alabama Multicultural Organization (AMOR), a nonprofit organization based in Birmingham, Alabama. He is a bilingual marketing and communications expert offering more than 20 years of experience in affluent, mass market, Hispanic, small business, and commercial banking areas.

Charles Woods, III, is originally from San Bernardino, California. He has been living in Alabama for the past 16 years. With a B.A. degree in History from Xavier University of Louisiana, Charles has experience working with children and has even been a middle school teacher. Currently as the Education Programs Manager/Community Engagement Coordinator for the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Charles is responsible for the organization’s after school, early literacy, young adult, and general programming. Charles also travels throughout Alabama teaching people of all ages and backgrounds about the lessons learned from the Civil Rights Movement.  His hobbies include reading, martial arts, and spending time with family.

Panel moderated by:

Victor Brown, Vice President of Business Development for the Birmingham Business Alliance. Victor Brown works to impact business growth among major employers in the seven-county Birmingham region in partnership with economic development allies, business resource partners, and his BBA colleagues.

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