Lisa Mae Brunson is a Creative Visionary, Speaker, Author & Social Innovator that is committed to impacting humanity on a global scale. She is the founder of Wonder Women Tech, a global conference platform highlighting, celebrating, and educating women and diversity in STEAM.
Judith Williams is the Global Head of Diversity at Dropbox, where she leads all diversity and inclusion programs, as well as corporate social responsibility. Prior to Dropbox, Judith Williams was Diversity Programs Manager at Google where she directed the unconscious bias work stream, and built strategies for recruiting, retention, and advancement of Google's technical employees.
Erika Green Swafford is one of the writers on the show The Mentalist and also serves as co-producer of the show. Notably, she is the producer and writer for ABC's How to Get Away with Murder.
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About California Black Women's Health Project
Founded in 1994, California Black Women's Health Project is the only 501(c)(3) non-profit organization solely dedicated to improving the health of California's Black women and girls through education, policy, outreach and advocacy. We are committed to advocating for policies and practices that promote and improve physical, spiritual, mental and emotional well-being. We believe a healthier future is possible when women are empowered to make choices in an environment where equal access and health justice are community priorities.
California Black Women's Health Project
Address: 9800 S. La Cienega Blvd., Suite 905 Inglewood, CA 90301
Los Angeles, CA
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