What Do You Need? A conversation with Lauren Wesley Wilson, author & founder of ColorComm, Inc.

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Lauren Wesley Wilson is one of the nation’s leading experts in media relations and crisis communications, and she will discuss how her new book “What Do You Need?” offers a tool to reach equity, inclusion, belonging and mattering for women of color. Now is the time to take calculated risks for the future, understand the deep seated philosophies on why women should support each other and be even more empowered in the workplace since many companies have backtracked on their DEI promises. Lauren will be joined in conversation by Quinn Conyers.

Lauren Wesley Wilson is one of the nation’s leading thought leaders on media relations,diversity and inclusion, and crisis communications. She is the founder and CEO of ColorCommCorporation. Prior to ColorComm, Lauren worked as a Communications Strategist at aprestigious crisis communications firm in Washington, D.C., where she oversaw media strategyand crisis communications for international governments and stakeholder engagement forconsumer brands.

Lauren has been featured in the Washington Post, Forbes, People, MSNBC, CNBC and others.She has been recognized by PR Week’s 50 Most Powerful in PR, Ad Age ‘Women to Watch’, NewYork Women in Communications and many others. Lauren previously served on the Glass LionsJury at Cannes Lions Festival in Cannes, France.Lauren graduated from Spelman College with a B.A. in Political Science and from GeorgetownUniversity with a Master’s Degree in Communications. Lauren resides in New York City.

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