- Acknowledge your intersectionalities
- Accept your challenges and strengths
- Adapt to opportunities which often includes letting go of what no longer serves you. By knowing who you are now, you position yourself to seek opportunities that align with your skills and strengths today.
About Meredith Curry
Meredith “Mer” Curry (she/her) serves her community as a Black and Filipina Bay Area native, advocate, and nonprofit leader.
She is the Executive Director for the Northern California College Promise Coalition (NCCPC), Director of Education Partnerships for Moneythink, a 2020-21 National College Attainment Network (NCAN) Federal Advocacy Fellow, an established nonprofit consultant with clients across California through her firm AdvancED Consulting, LLC, and an avid volunteer. Mer serves as the Chairperson of the Santa Clara County Commission on the Status of Women and a board member of LEAD Filipino in California. Mer is also passionate about dance (especially hip hop!) and uses it to heal, build community, and tap into the loving energy that binds us all.
Mer’s mission is to use her strengths, gifts, network, and entrepreneurial mindset to develop and scale systems and best practices centered on equity while educating and empowering everyday leaders of all intersections.
Learn more about Mer at http://www.meredithcurry.com/.Start Course