It is our firm belief that bias of any kind can be mitigated when people are armed with knowledge and training to avert conflicts before they lead to detrimental consequences.Dr. Dionne Poulton
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PREVIOUS EVENTS AND PRESENTATIONS
September 2015 – Word on the Street Book Festival – Toronto, Canada
April 2015: Dekalb County Schools, Georgia
April 2015: Gwinnett County Schools, Georgia
February 2015: Dr. Poulton delivered her “Look Forward” presentation to 100 high school students at Westview Centennial Secondary School – Toronto, Canada
February 2015: Dr. Poulton delivered her “Look Forward” presentation to 250 adults at Emery Adult Learning Center – Toronto, Canada
November 2014: Dr. Poulton presents her workshop on Teacher Misperceptions, Student Misconduct and the US Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights report on racial discrimination in schools at National Alliance of Black School Educators Conference (NABSE) – Kansas City, Missouri
August 2014: Dr. Poulton showcased her book at the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) Conference – San Antonio, Texas
August 2014: Dr. Poulton presented her book at the Decatur Book Festival, Decatur, GA
July 2014: Dr. Poulton showcased her book at the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Conference – Boston, Massachusetts
June 2014: Dr. Poulton releases her new book at Book Expo America – New York, NY
DR. POULTON’S STYLE & PHILOSOPHY
Dr. Dionne Poulton is a dynamic, informative and inspirational speaker who engages adults and young people all over the world in candid conversations about issues related to diversity and social justice. Whether in the context of making a case for diversity in business establishments, conflict resolution in the workplace, or interpreting and reporting on research trends in education via speeches and lectures, Dr. Poulton can assist.
In the familiar surroundings of your workplace or offsite, employers and employees alike would be totally engaged in our professional development sessions that are all research-based and designed in a non-threatening, respectful and entertaining manner. As a seasoned professional and leader, Dr. Poulton has sound ability to lead and facilitate difficult discussions around bias, while still keeping conversations “light” and with peace, respect and resolution in mind.