Delusions of Goodness and Combating Racism
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Presenter: Suzanne Quigley
In my sixth decade of life, I began to realize that the beautiful world which I thought existed, is actually an elaborate deception causing great harm, within which I am an accomplice. I will share the path that brought me to this realization and my quest to uproot my conditioning and become an anti-racist.
Learning Objectives: Following this presentation, participants will be able to:
- Define stages of racial identity development.
- Identify significant touchpoints in their own racial identity development.
- Formulate next steps in a personal plan for fighting racism.
Suzanne Quigley’s career has its roots in audiology. Spanning the last 2 decades, Dr. Quigley served as Executive Director of Listen and Talk, Chief of Audiology and Cochlear Implants at Virginia Mason Medical Center and Clinical/Associate Professor at University of Washington. More recently, Dr. Quigley has provided mentoring and consultative support to individuals and non-profit, university, and governmental agencies in the areas of equity, research and grant writing. She has co-authored and presented nationally and regionally on topics related to equity, cochlear implants, and telehealth. Dr. Quigley has a BA from George Washington University, MS from Columbia University & PhD from University of Washington.
Dr. Suzanne Quigley received an honorarium for this presentation, but has no financial or non-financial interests in relation to this presentation. The WSELC seminar is funded by the Washington State Department of Health EHDDI program.