June 11, 2020
12 - 12:45 PM CT
Diversity and inclusion are key to career and organizational success. This session will help you clearly understand the natural and learned bias and the intersectionality that make up our lives. From gender, to age, to race, to sexual orientation, to those living with disability, bias exists in us all. Join Amber Anderson and get clear on how to identify and overcome hidden bias that may be holding you back.
Amber Anderson is the founder of Tote + Pears, the agency that designs and markets products, services and experiences for women and their families. Her intersectional approach to product development and marketing, which she calls The Tote + Pears Way, has helped businesses of all sizes — from startups to enterprises — address market challenges, launch new products and services, and adapt to changing markets by bringing their customers into sharper focus.
After the premature birth of her son, Amber re-evaluated the pressures put on working parents and invested in creating space for families to thrive, together. In 2016, she and her husband, Kai-Saun, co-founded MORE, an innovative community dedicated to helping working parents enjoy both family and professional life.
Amber is a graduate of Arizona State University. She has been featured in media outlets such as NPR, Forbes, Inc., BuzzFeed, the Huffington Post, Women 2.0, SUCCESS and Thrive Global. She is the host of The Tote and Pears Podcast and The New MORE Podcast and a frequent contributor to the American Express Blog.
Learn more about building and marketing products for women at ToteandPears.com.
Connect with Amber on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ambernanderson/