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Confronting Imposter Syndrome - Virtual Workshop

🌐 Virtual Events 🌐
Thu, Jun 4, 2020, 4:00 PM (PDT)

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About this event

Techqueria chapters in Washington DC and Miami have teamed up with General Assembly to host this virtual event. 

Workshop Agenda:

  • Learn to stop your default and identify the scripts of your inner critic.
  • Discover mindfulness tools to connect with your inner leader – your wisest self.
  • Discover the technique to reprogram your belief system to your wisest self.
  • Develop a foundation for building your emotional intelligence skillset


Audrey Galo is Founder of AG Voiced (www.agvoiced.com), a leadership transformation company that supports “underrepresented” individuals -- people of color, queer, immigrant, women or non-binary individuals and other identities -- in the social change, tech, and design industries. Audrey believes that leadership development must address intersectionality (and not each identity separately) to help bridge the opportunity gap. Previously, she spent nearly a decade empowering communities nationally and globally affected by systemic poverty working with organizations like Architecture for Humanity and One Degree (www.1degree.org).

Her leadership and managerial experience was shaped as an underrepresented queer, Latinx, woman breaking down barriers in fast-paced, dynamic, high-performing environments. Audrey holds degrees in Architecture from the California College of the Arts and Illinois Institute of Technology.

Programming Partner: 

General Assembly helps create opportunities for more people to work and grow in the digital age. For the past 8 years, they have been working so that more people can pursue careers in technology and more companies can discover the talent that exists, having graduated more than 80,000 people. Their intensive 12-week bootcamp programs focus on students finding real jobs upon completion. In this virtual event, you will learn how General Assembly supports Latinxs in the United States through their educational offerings and career services.