In Conversation with Jared Karol: A white Guy Confronting Racism




Thursday 9th December at 14:30 GMT


Join Allyship founder, Chikere Igbokwe, in conversation with author Jared Karol about his new book, A White Guy Confronting Racism.


About this event In this unmissable event Chikere and Jared will be having a fireside chat facing difficult truths and leaning into what it means to do the self-examination demanded of us if we are to begin enabling impactful change.

Join us as we explore what Madison Butler describes in her foreword as Jared disrupting the “status quo of whiteness by unapologetically recognizing Black humanity”. Jared Karol (He|Him) is the founder of JaredKarol.com, a consulting firm specializing in guiding White people to confront racism and be unapologetic anti-racists. As a trusted advisor, he guides executives, people managers, and dedicated change agents at Fortune 500 companies, startups, and nonprofits. A sought-after professional speaker, panel moderator, leadership coach, and facilitator of difficult conversations, Jared’s storytelling approach inspires and influences individuals and groups worldwide.

Chikere Igbokwe (She|Her) founded both the Allyship community and Inclucive, a DEI Consultancy to help organisations build inclusion into their foundations. She values long term partnerships and is passionate about equality, equity, social justice and amplifying unrepresented voices. She is a subject matter expert on gender, recruitment, retaining diverse talent, understanding race including anti-racism and allyship. As an experienced Executive Recruiter, Facilitator and DEI Leader, Chikere is on a mission to educate employees, make organisations more diverse and inclusive and to equip them with the know-how to be change-makers.

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