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Women of Color Discuss Their Personal Experiences with The “Glass Ceiling”

February 26 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am CST

Let’s Talk About It: Women of Color Discuss Their Personal Experiences with The “Glass Ceiling” and “Superwoman Syndrome”

About This Event

Please join our panel of “glass breakers” as they discuss their experiences with “The Glass Ceiling” and “Superwoman Syndrome” as women of color. The panel will review the challenges of leadership in their respective fields and explore what it means to take off the superhero cape and shatter the glass ceiling without breaking down.

Speaker:

Dr. Shauna Moore Reynolds, Ed.D., LCPC-S, NCC, ACS is an Assistant Professor at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in the Department of Clinical Mental Health. Dr. Reynolds holds a doctorate degree in Counselor Education and Supervision from Texas Southern University.

Dr. Shauna Moore Reynolds is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor-Supervisor (LCPC-S) in Maryland, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Washington, D.C., a NBCC National Certified Counselor (NCC), and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). Dr. Shauna has served her community discussing the importance of mental health care and self-care. She holds positions as a Mental Health First Aid Facilitator, Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Volunteer and continues to be a source of support and mentorship for master’s level mental health counseling interns, pre-licensed and post-licensed counselors. During Dr. Shauna’s time of government services, she has held positions at the Texas Department of Health and Human Services, Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services, The Washington, D.C. Attorney Generals’ Office, The United States Attorneys’ Office, and The Department of Justice. Currently, Dr. Shauna is the owner and Executive Director of SMR Counseling Services, located in Maryland. Dr. Shauna’s areas of research include Women’s Issues, Anxiety, Depression, Crisis, Trauma, Post-Traumatic Stress, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence.