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“I Can’t Breathe..” Empathy Concert with Broadway Performers and Learning Leaders by MASIE Center

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“I Can’t Breathe” - a one-hour Empathy Concert event hosted by Elliott Masie on Friday, June 5th that will address Empathy from learning and business groups as organizations face the racial injustices in our communities and workplaces. Featuring: Wallace Smith (Actor – Hamilton and Lion King), Eden Espinosa (Actress – Wicked and Rent), Melinda Doolittle (American Idol), & Telly Leung (Co-Host and Actor – Aladdin and Glee).

Empathy Concert - Friday, June 5 at 4pm ET
Empathy Concert - Friday, June 5 at 4pm ET 

“I Can’t Breathe..” is the focus of a live, virtual Empathy Concert on Friday, June 5th from 4 pm to 5 pm EDT. The virtual event is for business and corporate learning leaders from around the world.

Host Elliott Masie will address Empathy from learning and business groups as organizations face the racial injustices in our communities and workplaces. “Empathy” will feature learning leaders and Broadway stars, providing perspectives, songs, and interactive polls:

* Ekpedeme "Pamay" Bassey, Chief Learning Officer, The Kraft Heinz Company
* Wallace Smith: Actor – Hamilton and Lion King
* Eden Espinosa: Actress – Wicked and Rent
* Melinda Doolittle: American Idol
* Telly Leung: Co-Host and Actor – Aladdin and Glee

We will focus on the important role for learning and business leaders right now! Empathy that is authentic is a key tool in moving to the next chapters of our lives, society, and organizations. This will be an experience that will move you and your colleagues as words, perceptions, and songs bring us together in a key discussion.

Reserve a Space:
Empathy!
“I Can't Breathe..”
Friday, June 5th – 4 pm to 5 pm EDT
https://www.masie.com/empathy605

There is no fee to participate! Join live via Zoom this Friday, June 5th from 4 pm – 5 pm Eastern Time. There is a 3,000-person limit.

Reserve your spot at https://www.masie.com/empathy605

To view our past Empathy Concerts and other events, please visit https://www.masie.com for archived video of all our Pandemic sessions.