Due to technical difficulties, this event was rescheduled for October 1, 2021.
King County employees are invited to join community facilitators to hold space for our feelings and experiences related to COVID-19 and vaccination.
Let’s Talk COVID-19: A Conversation on Trauma, Stigma, Grief and Growth
Friday, Oct. 1
12:30 – 2 p.m.
Zoom link: https://kingcounty.zoom.us/j/85055960730
This confidential event will:
- Make time for conversation about COVID-19 impacted trauma, stigma, grief & growth, including space to discuss feelings surrounding the vaccine
- Provide a safe space centered around Black, Indigenous, People of Color and those most impacted by COVID-19
- Share resources and build community through shared experiences
Meet the Facilitators
Teri Rogers Kemp (she/her), Esq, Black Community Advocate
Teri is a Private Attorney in felony criminal defense and member of many coalitions and committees focused on Police Accountability (NAACP past Chair of the Seattle KC NAACP) and is an advocate in supporting mental health. Teri is a member of the WA Defender Association, serves on the Legislative Committee. Member of the WA State Bar Association, and is a mother extraordinaire.
Silver Lee (they/them), Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Consultant
Silver works with folks of diverse identities in issues of housing and homelessness and is experienced in facilitating dialogues based on race, gender, and intersecting identities for the School of Social Work at the University of Washington.
Amabel Narvaez (they/them), Life Coach and Mental Health Consultant
Amabel helps their clients overcome limiting beliefs and conditioning to live unapologetically authentic lives. Amabel is a multi-passionate, integrative healing artist, mental health activist/advocate, speaker, writer, & certified holistic life coach. Amabel specializes in empowerment and advocacy for their clients with a person-centered, trauma-informed approach.
More resources and support for employees
To protect the anonymity of attendees, this event will not be recorded. If you are looking for more support or resources around the COVID-19 vaccine, visit this page. To view a recorded webinar on grief and loss, click here.