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WorkshopUnconscious Bias Training - For Faculty
Date/TimeMonday, October 15, 2018  at 9:00 - 11:00AM
LocationGatton 435UV
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Renee Collins, M.Ed. has more than thirty years’ experience in the organizational effectiveness, diversity/inclusion and human resource development fields.  She serves as an executive coach, organizational consultant, facilitator, presenter, career development, and team development coach.

Renee’ holds a Master’s Degree in Executive Human Resources Development from Xavier University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University of Kentucky.  Her background includes experience as an Organizational Effectiveness and Performance Improvement Manager in the distribution and integrated supply industry with corporate strategic planning responsibilities.  She has facilitated learning and led organizational development functions at the executive management levels, and has initiated various human resource development and corporate university start-up activities.  

Renee is the President/Owner of Collins Consulting Group and is the Executive Director of Room 17 Productions, a nonprofit organization that promotes music education.  She is also the host of Red Barn Radio and a radio show titled "Overtones" which airs weekly on WLXU, Lexington Community Radio.  She is also the co-chair of the University of Kentucky School of Music Alumni.  Renee is also the project manager for The Sara Holroyd Oral History Project at the University of Kentucky Louie B Nunn Center for Oral History.  She has also facilitated career development courses for incoming freshman at the University of Kentucky and currently serves as an unconscious bias trainer for UK as well.



The mission of the Unconscious Bias Initiative is to empower members of the UK community (including faculty, administrators, staff, and students) to be aware of and manage the impact of unconscious bias by providing experiential classroom training and presentations in support of the University's goal to establish and maintain a culture of belonging and engagement.


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WorkshopUnconscious Bias Training - For Faculty
Date/TimeTuesday, November 13, 2018  at 10:00 - 12:00PM
LocationGatton 435UV
Facilitator:
 

Renee Collins, M.Ed. has more than thirty years’ experience in the organizational effectiveness, diversity/inclusion and human resource development fields.  She serves as an executive coach, organizational consultant, facilitator, presenter, career development, and team development coach.

Renee’ holds a Master’s Degree in Executive Human Resources Development from Xavier University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University of Kentucky.  Her background includes experience as an Organizational Effectiveness and Performance Improvement Manager in the distribution and integrated supply industry with corporate strategic planning responsibilities.  She has facilitated learning and led organizational development functions at the executive management levels, and has initiated various human resource development and corporate university start-up activities.  

Renee is the President/Owner of Collins Consulting Group and is the Executive Director of Room 17 Productions, a nonprofit organization that promotes music education.  She is also the host of Red Barn Radio and a radio show titled "Overtones" which airs weekly on WLXU, Lexington Community Radio.  She is also the co-chair of the University of Kentucky School of Music Alumni.  Renee is also the project manager for The Sara Holroyd Oral History Project at the University of Kentucky Louie B Nunn Center for Oral History.  She has also facilitated career development courses for incoming freshman at the University of Kentucky and currently serves as an unconscious bias trainer for UK as well.

 

The mission of the Unconscious Bias Initiative is to empower members of the UK community (including faculty, administrators, staff, and students) to be aware of and manage the impact of unconscious bias by providing experiential classroom training and presentations in support of the University's goal to establish and maintain a culture of belonging and engagement.

Register for this event