Rodney Walker is an American author, entrepreneur, and inspirational speaker. He is the bestselling author of "A New Day One" and "Wounds You Can Not See", and is most known for his work in trauma-informed education. His award-winning keynote The Power of Resilience: From 12 Foster Homes to Harvard University, has received acclamation by school districts across the nation. A Chicago native, he has a Bachelors degree from Morehouse College and graduate degrees from Harvard and Yale University.
Moderated by Theresa Barila, Founder and Board President Emeritus of Community Resilience Initiative (CRI), along with colleague Rick Griffin, Director of Training and Curriculum at Community Resilience Initiative (CRI).
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