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13jul8:00 am12:30 pmFeaturedSuper Saturday Soft Skills Series- July 2019

Event Details

Louisville Urban League’s Super Saturday Soft Skills Series

July 13, 2019

8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Topics for this event are:

Respecting Diversity – Glenda Stovall

Application to Employment – Dorothy Owens

Interviewing Skills – W. Maurice Brown

Success Speaks featuring Ashley Duncan, Diversity Hiring Specialist w/ JCPS starts that day at 8:30am

Time

(Saturday) 8:00 am - 12:30 pm EST

Location

Louisville Urban League

1535 W Broadway

Organizer

Speakers for this event

  • Ashley Duncan, CDP

    Ashley Duncan, CDP

    Diversity Hiring Specialist, Jefferson County Public Schools

    Ashley will be our "Success Speaks" guest speaker. She will talking about the importance of soft skills and how she has utilized them in her own personal and professional life.

    Diversity Hiring Specialist, Jefferson County Public Schools

  • Dorothy Owens, MBA, SHRM-CP

    Dorothy Owens, MBA, SHRM-CP

    Human Resources Administrator, American Printing House

    Dorothy is the Human Resources Administrator for the American Printing House, an organization who creates educational, workplace, and independent living products and services for people who are blind and visually impaired. She is also the Workforce Readiness Chair for the Louisville Society for Human Resource Management and is passionate about serving to prepare underserved communities for success in the workplace. Majoring in Business Administration, Dorothy received her undergraduate degree from McKendree University and her Master’s degree from Indiana Wesleyan University.

    Human Resources Administrator, American Printing House

  • Glenda Stovall

    Glenda Stovall

    Human Rights Specialist, Kentucky Commission on Human Rights

    Glenda Stovall is a Human Rights Specialist with the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights for 18 years as a member of the Education and Outreach Department. In this capacity, she has served as the lead trainer for Sexual Harassment. Also training and facilitating in Diversity and Cultural Competency. The Commission is a State Government agency that enforces the Kentucky Civil Rights Act of 1966. The agency’s mission is to eradicate discrimination in the Commonwealth through the enforcement of this Act. The primary objective of this department is to provide training and educational outreach across the Commonwealth. The purpose of this outreach is to ensure that every citizen is made aware of their rights and protections under the Kentucky Civil Rights Act. Before coming to State Government, Ms. Stovall served for eight years in the United States Navy. While residing in Okinawa Japan surrounded by its wonderful rhythm of cultural and ethnic diversity Ms. Stovall’s passion for education and training were ignited while attending the University of Oklahoma. There her skills were refined while working for the Department of the Air Force in its Social Actions Office within the Equal Opportunity and Treatment Branch. Ms. Stovall’s greatest achievement was to serve as an instructor and facilitator for the Department of the Air Force’s “Equal Opportunity 2000” training initiative. The purpose for this mandatory initiative was to educate and train Air Force personnel stationed in Okinawa, along with their dependents in the areas of Sexual Harassment, race, gender, and employment discrimination. Ms. Stovall has her Bachelors of Science in Business Management, Personnel/Labor Relations from the University of Maryland, University College and her Master’ Degree in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma.

    Human Rights Specialist, Kentucky Commission on Human Rights

  • W. Maurice Brown

    W. Maurice Brown

    Executive Administrator, Louisville Metro Government

    William Maurice Brown is a native of Frankfort Kentucky and has spent Twenty (20) years of his career serving the public. Out of those 20 years, he’s spent twelve (14) years in the Human Resources profession. He currently holds the position of Executive Administrator for Louisville Metro’s Department of Parks and Recreation. Mr. Brown is a graduate of Kentucky State University where he received his bachelor’s degree in liberal studies and a minor in Public Administration and a Master’s in Public Administration with an emphasis in Human Resources Management. He is also a Senior Certified Professional in IPMA-HR, as well as a Senior Certified Professional with the Society for Human Resource Managers (SHRM).

    Executive Administrator, Louisville Metro Government

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