INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL | "Implementing Equity in Your Organization with Zenetta Drew" Panel [WATCH]

A true expert in her field, Zenetta has been with the Dallas Black Dance Theatre since 1987 and during that time, has seen the company’s annual operating budget dramatically increase from $175,000 to over $4.9 million

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Zenetta S. Drew, photo by Haynsworth Photography
MONDAY OCTOBER 11, 2021 | 2:00 PM (ET)
UNITED NATIONS “INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL”
"IMPLEMENTING EQUITY IN YOUR ORGANIZATION" WITH ZENETTA DREW

 

 

To help celebrate today’s United Nations "International Day of the Girl," The Violin Channel, in collaboration with our good friends at the Dallas Symphony, is hosting an all-day special online festival dedicated to gender equality and inspiring the next generation of women in classical music.

Today’s session by Dallas Black Dance Theatre Executive Director Zenetta Drew looks at practical strategies for implementing equity in your organization.

 

 

 

 

 

Presented by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra from November 7-10, the Women in Classical Music Symposium will be held in-person in Dallas, and will feature further talks and panel discussions on topics relevant to women in the classical music industry | This year’s focus will be on “The Future is Female – Inspiring Women in Top Leadership Positions,” and will also include a series of networking events, performances and opportunities for peer engagement | This year’s featured guest will be Grammy Award-winning soprano Renée Fleming, who will receive the Symposium’s Award of Excellence | To learn more and to register, visit: www.womeninclassicalmusic.com