Daisy Ozim is the founder of Resilient Wellness, a healthcare system designed to decolonize public health while simultaneously building a new healthcare system rooted in indigenous medicine for people of color by people of color. She is an SF State Alum and her work is centered around decolonizing philanthropy, spirituality and social justice.
When we are navigating professional spaces as women of color, we are faced with various forces that seek to disconnect us from our center and our true selves. This leads to burnout, identity crises and delays in our life long growth process. This workshop provides a framework for WOC to understand how we can shield […]