Join us for the TEDxKingLincolnBronzevilleSalon!
Coffee + Conversation + Community
July 6th 10:30am-12:30pm
The Lincoln Cafe
740 E Long St, Columbus, OH 43203
Featured guest: Kimberly Brazwell
Watch her TEDx Talk! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MonimN6Aqgk&t=1s
What is a TEDx Salon?
Ever seen a TEDx video and wished you could ask the speaker questions? Now you can!
Salon events are small monthly gathers of community members that allow you to engage with TEDx speakers.
Order brunch with your ticket to dine with us!
What will we do at a TEDxKingLincolnBronzevilleSalon?
The Salons are Saturday morning interactive community conversations. The talks are shaped around 5 questions or talking points given to the audience to discuss in small groups. After the groups engage in small dialogue, there will be a question and answer section led by the featured guest.
A native of Columbus, Ohio, Kimberly Brazwell is a trauma-informed social justice consultant. With over 15 years in community building and advocacy, Kimberly’s expertise lies in resiliency efforts, the reduction of non-academic and non-occupational barriers to success, dialogue facilitation, strategic planning, collaborative team and relationship building, training and professional development and event planning.
Brazwell has a Bachelor of Science in Interpersonal Communication from Ohio University and a master’s degree in Educational Policy and Leadership from Ohio State University. She has received extensive leadership training from multiple organizations including the L2000+ Leadership Academy through the John Glenn School of Public Affairs as well as the internationally acclaimed Chair Academy. Brazwell is the author of multiple poetry chap books and published a memoir on workplace trauma entitled, Browning Pleasantville. She was a contributing author of Implicit Bias in Schools with a chapter entitled, “Practical Application of Implicit Racial Debiasing”. In the summer of 2018, Brazwell had the honor of performing two TEDx Talks – “Over, Under, Around and Through Trauma” & “Crazy and Black and Poor”.
In 2010, Brazwell launched her consulting company, KiMISTRY LLC. KiMISTRY specializes in reshaping “fit” perspective by examining the intersectionality of equity and inclusion, behavioral healthcare and holistic wellness for a trauma-informed experiential application to human engagement. There, Brazwell delivers highly interactive keynotes and designs trauma-informed workshops through the practice of mindfulness and storytelling.
Outside of social justice work, she is also a graphic recorder, performance and visual artist and blessed mother of two daughters.
740 East Long Street
Columbus, Ohio, 43203
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