Men of Color & Mental Health: Imposter Syndrome

September 21  |  2:30 – 4:30 PM  |  Suggested donation: $20
** No one will be turned away in all community classes **

The purpose of this workshop is to engage in an open and honest dialogue between Men of Color about the need for improved mental health and the challenges that prevent us from finding and utilizing effective resources. The topic of this session will be exploring imposter syndrome and how to maneuver the challenges associated.

Chris Wade is an entertainment & marketing executive with 15+ years of experience in music and branding. Chris graduated from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University and started his career managing artists and producers. As the dynamics of the music industry changed, Chris transitioned to the marketing side where he’s worked for several agencies specializing in artist and brand partnerships, branded music experiences and strategy + insights. He currently consults for agencies and brands as an expert in those disciplines. Prior to starting his own consulting firm, Chris most recently served as the Director of Cultural Innovation + Strategy at creative studio, Motive. There he oversaw providing cultural insights for consumer touchpoints including Music, Sports, Fashion and Lifestyle with a client focus on Mountain Dew’s partnership with the National Basketball Association. Chris holds a Masters of Global Entertainment & Music Business from Berklee College of Music’s Valencia, Spain Campus. In his personal time, Chris enjoys working out, practicing mindfulness and mentoring young creatives.