This session will address how young professionals of color can and should evaluate the things they are willing to sacrifice to achieve success. Tools and tips about balancing work, family and other priorities will be explored.
Participant Learning Objectives:
- Evaluating personal and professional commitments with strategy
- Time management and prioritizing techniques
- Leveraging “non-negotiables” with careers aspirations
Tamber Bustance has a passion for bringing communities together. Ms. Bustance is currently the Manager of Diversity Development Services for Grand Rapids Community College’s Woodrick Diversity Learning Center. She works closely with corporate businesses, educational institutions, non-profit organizations and faith-based communities.
Although Tamber began her career as a television news producer, she has spent more than a decade working in the area of diversity and cultural competency. She has presented keynote addresses at many local events and facilitated trainings throughout the United States. She has also designed cultural competency curriculum and diversity marketing plans for several companies and organizations.
Ms. Bustance received her Bachelor of Science degree from Grand Valley State University and is currently completing her Masters work at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, which is a part of Cornerstone University. Her focus is racial reconciliation within faith communities.
Tamber enjoys spending time with her family, worship music, and walking her dog.