Wednesday, December 13, 2017
10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Haldeman Center, Room 031
In order to sustain yourself professionally you must be able to develop a blueprint that would allow you to self-manage your talent, build credibility, and influence key players. In this workshop, you will begin to understand the 3 components of professional resiliency and identify where you are on the spectrum of intrapersonal development to interpersonal development. You will create a personal blueprint that would allow you to survive and thrive in your career.
Theodosia S. Cook
Theodosia S. Cook has aligned her career to her passion and commitment to education, diversity and inclusion. Theodosia Cook is the Director of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action at Dartmouth College where she manages diversity and inclusion programs related to compliance, events, and trainings. Before taking on this role, Theodosia worked within Alumni Relations supporting Affiliated and Shared Interest Alumni Groups. Prior to working at Dartmouth, Theodosia resided in the K-12 space as a Professional Development Lead Teacher, Curriculum Writer for Culturally Relevant Teaching and a Union Representative. She has served as a board member for the Posse Foundation and Friends and Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Guyana. Theodosia holds a BA in Political Science from Sewanee: The University of the South and an MA in Education Leadership focused in Organizational Behavior and Diversity and Inclusion from Teachers College, Columbia University.