TUMWATER–The Latino Leadership Network is honored to welcome Lorraine Lee, Chief Administrative Law Judge and Director of the Washington State Office of Administrative Hearings, as guest speaker of our next Lunch & Learn. The event takes place from noon to 1 p.m. December 10 at the Labor & Industries Building, 7373 Linderson Way SE in Tumwater
Judge Lee will share thoughts and lessons learned about becoming American as an immigrant who has lived and worked in diverse places and work environments.
Please pre-register for the Lunch and Learn and plan to bring a friend. If you are unable to attend in person, we will stream via Facebook live.
Judge Lee came to America from Hong Kong as a young child. She attended public school in New York City and Moses Lake, Washington. She graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and obtained her law degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She would go on to serve as a military lawyer in the U.S. Army.
Our partners with the Latino Leadership Network, Washington Immigrant Network, along with Results Washington are sponsoring a free workshop Sept. 27 on supporting colleagues who have been impacted by immigration issues.
The The current climate in the U.S. regarding immigration impacts many people in numerous ways. The people who are impacted are likely to be suffering silently with fear and worry.
Results Washington is partnering with the Washington Immigrant Network (WIN) and the Latino Leadership Network (LLN), for a very important, sensitive, and timely conversation to understand the impacts of immigration on our colleagues and to learn how to support them.
The gathering will be Friday, September 27, 2019 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Helen Sommer Building, Room G015 A, B, C. Register today to reserve your seat.
This gathering is co-hosted by LLN and WIN leaders Marlene White and Christine Stalie as well as María Sigüenza, Executive Director of the state Commission on Hispanic Affairs.
Attendees will hear the voices of those who face different impacts from current immigration actions. Through sensitive sharing, we will hear and learn about the true experiences our colleagues are facing right now and what we can do to support them.
A Human Workplace fosters the practice of compassion, inclusion, and love in the workplace. This is an opportunity to put these in to practice by opening our hearts and minds to our colleagues, to convey belonging, care, respect, and support of their humanity and dignity.