The CEOs of Color in Residence program involves business and entrepreneurial leaders being assimilated into the Eberhardt School of Business. Over four weeks, they branch out and share their expertise with students, faculty and staff from Eberhardt and other schools and departments, as well as the community.
Among the sponsors of the CEOs of Color in Residence are Eberhardt School of Business, College of the Pacific, Pacific Gender Studies and the University Committee for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
The talk focused on how race has been used as a differentiator in real estate in the Bay Area historically and how these biases continue to play a role in real estate transactions today.
Tanya discussed how she has been an advocate for clients from diverse backgrounds in all aspects of real estate transactions. From bankers who give different interest rates based on race and ethnicity to appraisers who lower property values based on race and ethnicity.
Join us to hear how she is working to end racial bias in the Real Estate industry as one of the top-performing real estate brokers in the Bay Area.
CEO of Color in Residence - "Women in Business and Social Entrepreneurship: Using Our Voices for Good"
Mrs. Nicole Joseph-Chin, one of the Caribbean’s most experienced and respected Social Entrepreneurs and Impact Strategists and the CEO of Ms. Brafit, is the inaugural CEO of Color in Residence. In her talk, Joseph-Chin discusses how we can use our voices and business tactics to create social and environmental change, positively impacting our community, society, or the world.
Darrell Teat is the CEO of Sacramento-based Safety Center, which focuses on overall community safety measures. He served as the second CEO of Color in Residence at University of the Pacific.