Zhalisa "Zee" Clarke has spent over 20 years leading teams at Fortune 500 companies and tech startups in Silicon Valley. After experiencing a number of challenges in the workplace from microaggressions from colleagues, to disparate treatment around salary and promotions, she pursued extensive mindfulness training in India to help her manage these challenges. Founder of Reclaiming Flow, she leverages her toolkit of meditation, breathwork, yoga, and much more, to teach others how mindfulness can improve their well being at work despite any challenges that race, gender, or sexuality might present. She is a Harvard Business School graduate who applies holistic healing practices to corporate environments.
March 28th, 2023 | 58 mins 59 secs
author, black feminist researcher, black people breathe, curator, dereca blackmon, detroit, ekua yankah, emotional justice, entrepreneur, esther armah, germany, ghana, glocal citizens podcast, healing in breathing, herstories, humanitarian cocreating, inclusion design group, inclusion innovator, international development, jamaica, journalist, leap transmedia, mindfulness practitioner, nigeria, nydia swaby, philippines, researcher, sarah adeyinka, storytelling for structural change, thought leader, uk, uncommon conversations, womens history month, writer, zee clarke
May 24th, 2022 | 49 mins 40 secs
author, black people breathe, breathwork, glocal citizens podcast, jamaica, leap transmedia, musician, panama, philippines, reclaiming flow, sound healer, washington d.c., zee clarke