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Dallas/Fort Worth

Moving Forward with Intention and Resilience

Dallas/Fort Worth

Communion Neighborhood Cooperative

September 9, 2021

06:30-08:30pm

Moving Forward with Intention and Resilience

Event Details

Come meet and mingle with the WIRe Dallas Forth Worth community! We'll hear from speaker Tracy Reneé Williams, Vice President of Learning and Development/Head of Valence Bonds for Valence Community, where she is leading the design and launch of a membership-based peer community that helps Black professionals realize their full potential as business and cultural leaders. Building upon Valence’s mission of creating new paths to professional success, Valence BONDS helps each member navigate his/her/their individualized journey via thought leadership, conscious dialogue, and peer accountability. There will be plenty of time for networking and connecting, as well as some tasty treats!

A BIG thank you to DSI, April Bell Research, and Decision Analyst for supporting this event and Women in Research! Due to safety precautions, attedance to this event is extremely limited. Please only register if you will 100% be attending. If you cannot attend the event please let us know as soon as possible. You can cancel your ticket at any time via your registration email OR by contacting jessica@womeninresearch.org.

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Thank you to our Sponsors!

April Bell Research
DSI | Data Specialists Incorporated
Decision Analyst

Featuring

Tracy Reneé Williams

Tracy Reneé Williams

VP @ Valence Community / President @ TCU Alumni

Tracy Reneé Williams is the Vice President of Learning and Development/Head of Valence Bonds for Valence Community, where she is leading the design and launch of a membership-based peer community that helps Black professionals realize their full potential as business and cultural leaders. Building upon Valence’s mission of creating new paths to professional success, Valence BONDS helps each member navigate his/her/their individualized journey via thought leadership, conscious dialogue, and peer accountability.