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Ouch, that stereotype hurts
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WHAT: Ouch, that stereotype hurts! a presentation by Sherry Hatcher brought to you by UAF Diversity and Equal Opportunity
WHEN: Tuesday, May 15 10-11am
WHERE: Globe Room, 215 Elvey Building
us on Tues, May 15 in the Globe Room from 10 - 11 am to hear Sherry L Hatcher
speak on "Ouch, that stereotype hurts!"
that stereotype hurts!" concerns the complications of communicating in
today's diverse workplace. Whether you are a supervisor, project manager,
faculty, or staff, communicating respectfully is a "must" to be
successful in your job. Biased,
stereotypical or otherwise poor communication undermines morale, teamwork, and
productivity. In this training you will
learn the skills to enhance your effectiveness and influence by choosing to
communicate in a bias-free, inclusive way.
Hatcher joined the Johnson Space Center Office of Equal Opportunity and
Diversity team in July, 2008. She has an extensive EEO background, serving as
an EEO Specialist in the Civil Rights Regional Office for the USDA Forest
Service, EEO Director, United States Army Alaska, and EEO Specialist Fort
Wainwright, Alaska. Sherry began her EEO career as a collateral duty counselor
and trainer while working as a training coordinator for the Army. Ms. Hatcher
currently serves as the Complaints Manager at JSC.
claims Texas as home, but has lived most of her adult life throughout the U.S.
and overseas. She began her federal service as a DoDDS teacher in Misawa Japan
and has held positions in Omaha, Nebraska, Crete, Greece, Cheyenne, Wyoming,
Dayton, Ohio and Fairbanks and Anchorage, Alaska.
graduated from North Texas State University with a B.S. in Education and
attended Graduate school at Texas Women's University in Denton, TX. She taught
gifted and talented education before entering the federal service.