Kamilah Collins: Conversations about Community and Resilience

Headshot of Kamilah Collins: Sages & Seekers PodcastOn this episode of The Hunt Institute’s Sages & Seekers Podcast, Kamilah Collins shares the tools for discovering our social identities and explains how we can use that knowledge to better understand and collaborate with others.

Kamilah Collins is President of Collins Collaborations, and she has over twenty years of workshop facilitation, program management, and community engagement expertise. She provides creative and practical strategies to increase our capacity for change while amplifying diversity. Her passion for connecting people and strengthening communities shines through in every engagement. Her enthusiastic communication style and commitment to advancing equity transforms minds, hearts, and organizations around the country.

Collins said, “These social tensions are challenging, especially if we can opt out. It’s fantastic that you have a choice, it’s unfortunate that others don’t.”

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