Are your speakers qualified to speak and host workshops?
Yes, our speakers are Masters Degree and Ph.D. educated professionals with professional experience in their chosen fields. Besides their education and professional experience, they bring their personal experience as members of the BIPOC community.
This wealth of personal and professional experience and education, coupled with their unique approach and enthusiasm for the covered topic results in a dynamic, interesting, educational experience for attendees.
Do you charge a single hourly rate or do rates vary?
Our rates vary based on multiple factors including the experience of the facilitator, whether the workshop has already been developed or is being developed and tailored specifically for your organization and more.
What types of organizations do you provide speakers for?
We are open to providing services to all types organizations. We commonly partner with schools, non profits, private companies and more.
Our speakers have partnered with :
Columbia University School of Social Work, NYC
Lehman College - CUNY, NYC
MPG Consulting, NYC
The Tommy Foundation, NYC
Therapy Wine Bar, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, NYC
Westchester Jewish Community Services, White Plains, NY
The Jewish Board, NYC
United Federation of Teachers, NYC
PS 240, Godwin Academy, Brooklyn, NYC
I am interested and would like to speak with someone, how do I proceed?
Email us at TheBlackSpeakersInstitute@gmail.com
Also please stay in touch with us by joining The Black and Brown Healing Collective at https://mailchi.mp/dd47b78cdf30/black-and-brown-therapy