VBB 230 Elizabeth Leiba: What It Means When A Black Woman Says I’m Not Yelling!
Elizabeth Leiba is a college professor and a passionate advocate for Black businesswomen. Elizabeth authored I’m Not Yelling: A Black Woman’s Guide to Navigating the Workplace” as a resource to encourage savvy Black businesswomen navigating a predominantly white corporate world and to empower those women to find their voices inside an often toxic work environment. Elizabeth boasts over 130,000 followers on LinkedIn, earned recognition as a LinkedIn TOP VOICE in Education in 2020, was featured in the New York Times, and launched the online e-learning platform Black History & Culture Academy. In addition, Elizabeth’s writing includes an Op-Ed piece on racial profiling for CNN, which had more than 2 million views on their news website. “I’m Not Yelling the book is my advocacy for supporting black women. It’s about creating space for black women to understand that they’re not alone in this world.”
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