Recorded on Aug 1, 2022 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Eastern
Implicit Bias Awareness Pre-Training
By Kristi Rangel
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This presentation is focused on raising awareness of unconscious bias and steps individuals can take to prevent biased attitudes and behaviors from interfering with workplace decisions and interactions.
1. Learn and understand key terms in understanding implicit bias
2. Develop an understanding of the impact of implicit bias in the workplace
3. Enhance their public health, health equity, and community capacity building skills
Kristi Rangel formerly served as the educational lead for the City of Houston’s My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Initiative. She, now, oversees the Office of Children and Family Resiliency, where she is directly responsible for working with educational leaders and organizations, as well as the sectors that interact with them, to create better outcomes for young people in Houston’s most
vulnerable communities. Through her office, HHD functions as a backbone organization that utilizes collective impact to facilitate long-term systemic change. Ms. Rangel has developed and led a lengthy list of programs, during her career as an educational and public health leader. She has been awarded numerous awards for her work, as classroom teacher, curriculum design
specialist, school leader and mental health advocate. In addition to her work in education and public health, Ms. Rangel has been a freelance writer for the Houston Chronicle and the Houston Defender. Her editorial articles for Rice University’s Urban Edge were some the highest read in the history of the online publication. She is, also, an ALF Senior Fellow of Class XXXV.
Ms. Rangel was named as a 2018 Children’s Mental Health Champion, by Mental Health America of Greater Houston, for her post-Hurricane Harvey work with the Mayor’s Office of Education. She is a former Harvard Kennedy School Mayoral Leadership in Education Fellow. Recently, Ms. Rangel was named the Houston Coalition Against Hate 2021 Emerging Artist of the Year.
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Type of Activity: Knowledge
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