This week, I speak with Daisy Ozim, founder of Resilient Wellness, a nonprofit that builds community-based solutions to address intergenerational trauma.
We talked about:
How building resilience as a leader -- especially if you are a woman of color -- means learning not to internalize the negative messages we get when we don’t fit a traditionally white male template of leadership.
We also talked about how Daisy has worked to position herself as a thought leader in a sector that often excludes and marginalizes voices like hers.
-- This is the last of 3 episodes focusing on the social justice intersections of public health. --
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[36:30] I think my ancestors are really strong. I feel protected. I think that there's always been an energy around me that has been able to guide me and lead me different places and keep me out of certain troubles. I think that's what I was able to rely on.
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