The Invisibility of Racism - May 26, 2021, 10am - 11:30am
As we continue the journey of shifting from a white dominant culture to a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable culture, you are cordially invited to join us for a panel discussion addressing the Invisibility of Racism as we examine our personal journeys, explore the role that leaders and organizations play in advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion and realize how racial disparities are tied to our systems and communities.Register here
Lorna Campbell Clarke, IOM
In her current role as Communications Director for Volunteer Fairfax, Lorna leverages a variety of communications skills and high-level leadership as she manages both external and internal messaging. She serves Volunteer Fairfax by ensuring that the organization's stated goals to lead, connect and mobilize communities through volunteerism are effectively communicated. Lorna also leads VF's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Work Group.
From managing a portfolio of global charitable organizations to developing a digital marketing strategy for start-ups, Lorna brings a wealth of experience in organizational and nonprofit management. Lorna has served as the Communications & Marketing Director for the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce and Christian Service Charities. Other leadership roles include Director of Operations for Knight Solutions and Sponsorship Sales Director for Advanstar International.
Lorna is a firm believer that to whom much is given, much is required; and based on this principle gives her time, talent, and treasure to her community by serving on the Board of Directors for Loudoun Hunger Relief and the Loudoun Coalition on Women and Girls.
In 2017, Lorna was inducted to the Loudoun 100, an annual project highlighting 100 amazing people in Loudoun County. Loudoun Business Journal in 2015, named her as One of Sixteen Women to Watch and in 2013, the Loudoun Times-Mirror recognized her as One of Six Business Women to Watch in Loudoun. Most recently, Lorna was featured in an UnoSouls Chat on surviving through the health pandemic and the racial inequalities facing our country.
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