FEI Nashville Welcomes Luther Wright, Jr. | Confronting Bias in Divisive Times


FEI Nashville is honored to welcome Luther Wright, Jr., Of Counsel at Ogletree Deakins Law Firm, to deliver the keynote address at our September 27th meeting. 

Join us for an interactive and thoughtful discussion regarding unconscious bias and its impact on decision making.  Attendees will learn the true definition of bias, including how and why it is formed, and how it impacts cross-cultural communication.  Participants will engage in awareness exercises that will help them identify their own unconscious biases and learn ways to overcome them.  

Mr. Wright, whose practice areas focus on employment law, litigation, and diversity & inclusion, serves as a member of Ogletree's Diversity and Inclusion Practice Group, and co-chairs Ogletree's Business Resouce Group for Black attorneys.  He is the firm's Assistant Director of Client Training.
 
FEI looks forward to hosting you at this interactive and informative workshop.  We anticipate a full house so please register today to reserve your seat. 
Registration Closes Friday, September 23.
1.0 Credit of CPE (pending approval)

Held in the offices of Vaco
5501 Virginia Way, Suite 120
Brentwood, TN  37027

Open to Members, Strategic Partners, Prospects and Invited Guests of FEI Nashville.

Prospective members attend FEI Nashville events as our guest.  Contact the chapter at nashville@financialexecutives.org to register future members.
 

Speakers

Mr. Luther Wright Jr.

Of Counsel, Assistant Director of Client Training
Ogletree Deakins

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Specialized Knowledge, Technical

Prerequisites

None

Credits

1.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Specialized Knowledge, Technical

Prerequisites

None

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