Please enjoy the Chicago Headline Club’s FREE video training, “Leadership Conference: Managing Across Generations and Cultures.”
Leading a diverse group of journalists can be a challenge. This session will offer the tools you need to support a media organization that embraces diversity, equity and inclusion. Our speaker, Cadmona A. Hall, offer insights into the cultural and generational values that define us, echoing the ideals of journalist Robert Maynard’s Faultlines philosophy.
This training was originally held on Wednesday, May 20, 2020.
Watch it below:
Our facilitator was:
Cadmona A. Hall, Ph.D., LMFT, FT, who completed her undergraduate degree in psychology at The Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Hall presents both nationally and internationally on topics related to diversity, social justice, family therapy and bereavement.
Her research focuses on social justice with an emphasis on how African Americans utilize therapeutic services and experience culturally affirming therapy, effective ways to teach social justice and integrate it into family therapy practice as well as social justice oriented approaches to treating grief and loss.
She holds a master’s and doctoral degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Syracuse University. Dr. Hall is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in the states of New York and Illinois. She is Clinical Fellow of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and the International Family Therapy Association. Dr. Hall is an Associate Professor currently teaching in the Couple and Family Therapy department at Adler University in Chicago, Illinois.