I Want To Be Seen and Heard: African American Women and Health Care
A free virtual discussion about health care disparities and strategies for advocacy and empowerment
Munirah Bomani, MD, MetroHealth
Lisa Johnson, RN, BSN, CNP, Aultman Hospital
Thursday, Jan. 28
Welcome to Black Diamonds
The Black Diamonds initiative focuses on expanding readiness, access and participation among women of color in careers that offer sustainable pay, security, personal satisfaction and upward economic mobility.
It is a collaborative effort between educational institutions, community organizations, corporate partners and individuals to promote continuous development among African American women and girls in Northeast Ohio.
View Virtual Conference Session Recordings
The Black Diamonds Women's Initiative Committee would like to thank everyone who attended the virtual conference sessions in October. Recordings of the sessions are now available.
Black Diamonds Women's Conference
View session recordings from the 2020 virtual conference.
With the goal of providing information and opportunties for women to "level up," the annual mini-conference serves as an uplifting and motivating force for women to advance in their careers.
Coming soon! Beginning in 2020, 2GEN will provide educational support for middle and high school students and their mothers who seek workforce credentials, associate degrees, GEDs or career advancement.
Want to learn more? Submit an interest form.
For important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attend this program, please view the disclosure for this program.