The presentation will be about various workshops I've facilitated across different demographics of Black-identifying individuals across the globe (remotely).
These workshops will incorporate various tools and methodologies but the primary objective is providing a venue for an unintimidating introduction to futures literacy and facilitated discourse on a range of topics including:
This is significant because it:
Three ideas Futures Festival participants will learn are:
Sophia Bazile (she/her)
Independent Researcher; Coach and Consultant
As a first-generation Haitian-American who has lived in Latin America, the UAE, China, and Southeast Asia, Sophia was moved to contribute to Black Futures research around experiences and perceptions of “blackness” in a global context. She is an independent foresight researcher and founder of FLYP (Futures Literate Youth and Professionals), a boutique coaching and consulting agency focused on “flipping the script” by promoting futures literacy and foresight capacities among systemically under-represented and marginalized groups. With a deep background in education, her work as a Purpose and Impact Coach is largely centered around advocating for and galvanizing a more conscious and conscientious youth.