January 14, 2020

Riveting Broads: Doneeca Thurston

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You’re Not Tricking Anyone | Imposter Syndrome and Representation | With Doneeca Thurston

via Riveting Broads

On this week’s Riveting Broads’ episode, Molly and Jacqui are joined by Doneeca Thurston, Director of the Lynn Museum and Lynn Arts, to explore Imposter Syndrome, or the tendency to question or justify away one’s own success and how age, race, and gender can intertwine to create the perfect cocktail of insecurity.

The three broads discuss representation in leadership, how women are taught to shrink themselves in different ways, owning your self worth and expertise and unlearning what success looks like in order to clear the way for your own success.

Also, jokes!

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