Racial Justice and Justice Initiative (REJI) and the GED+Ed Tech
February 15, 2021
Hosted by Desiree Watson
A number of persons across the country have begun to benefit from a new, innovative course under the Racial Equity and Justice Initiative (REJI). The initiative was introduced on September 15, 2020, by the Founder and President of the Sankofa Global Project, Tracy Gray. Ms. Gray describes this new course as "a powerful venture that will advance the vision for Truth, Reparation, and Reconciliation". Participants are expected to obtain the crucial skill sets to create a Racial Equity and Justice Toolkit. The Toolkit would allow creators to initiate and develop a variety of programs and set the pace for equitable and fair interactions among individuals and groups in various communities both locally and globally.
Wellness Interactive - A Step Further
New Shows Available on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel
WELLNESS INTERACTIVE - A STEP FURTHER empowers you with the benefits of a wellness lifestyle. Desiree Watson, a pioneer in the $4.5 Trillion wellness industry, guides you toward incorporating wellness into your life through commentary and interviews with exemplary personalities from a diverse group of business professionals. Our topics embrace the interconnections of intergenerational in-depth analyses of the wellness lifestyle and its impact on communities. Related topics will embrace a positive impact on how a wellness lifestyle commitment can successfully empower the individual and influence educational and political processes on a local, national and international scale. New Shows are available on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel.
Desiree Watson, a recognized humanitarian of note, is considered a “branding guru” and an expert on offering the human side of business strategy. She has advised some of the biggest names and institutions in the worlds of business and education.
She has advised C-level Executives on their approach to Community Social Responsibility (CSR), an issue she believes every corporation and organization should address. While there is an obligation to Corporate Social Responsibility, it is equally as important to support the communities we serve and those who support our businesses. In addition, Watson’s days are filled with advancing the cause of women’s rights and equipping women as they advance their careers, businesses and communities.
Desiree's vision is sought after on the international stage, where she exerts influence on policymakers and corporations operating globally. A member of the Advisory Board of the United Nations Association of New York, she has also served on the United Nations Association National Council. She is a Charter Member of Leading Women Entrepreneurs. She is an Ambassador of the prestigious Global Wellness Institute (GWI), and has also served on the Advisory Board. She has held key roles as the Chairperson of the 60th Anniversary for the United Nations, Executive VP of the UNA NYC, and is a GWD (Global Wellnessday Ambassador). She is also the Founder of the Essex County Chapter of the WPO (Women Presidents Organization) in New Jersey.