SETTING A NEW INDUSTRY STANDARD
Inspired by the conversations and impact made at the most recent Texture VS Race Summit (Nov '22), the TVR Town Hall is an equity and inclusion conference for beauty industry professionals. This two-day conference will consist of speakers, power panels, open mic Q&As, and breakout sessions with a focus to advance the beauty industry into an intentionally inclusive and equitable space.
All arms of the beauty industry are being called on to attend. Stylists, marketers, cosmetology schools, instructors, students, influencers, educators, managers, brand owners, salon owners, and beyond... Will you be in the room?
Hosted by Keya Neal, industry leaders/influencers, and DEI consultants to give perspective from various corners of the industry.
Niche panels that allows attendees to gain insight of the professional and lived experiences of BIPOC within the beauty industry.
Sessions that encourage active listening, thoughtful sharing, and safe communication. will also participate in anti-racism education from social justice leaders.
OPEN MIC Q&A
Facilitated conversation held in a space where it is safe to ask hard questions in regards to race and bias for the sake of betterment and learning.
DAY 1 TICKET
Day one will set the Town Hall's tone and expectations for the weekend.
Keynote Speech by Keya Neal
Special guest Power Panel
Focus Group Breakout Sessions
Topics and subjects covered on this day will be further expanded upon in DEI workshops on Day Two.
2 DAY TICKET
May 22 - 23
Attendees will engage in the training segment of the event, curated for the crowd based on Day One activities and conversation.
Breakout Sessions for DEI Activities
Q&A Discussion Session.
Day Two activities will focus on self-reflection, addressing one's own biases, and creating an actionable plan towards inclusive.
Host & Keynote Speaker
Keya Neal is a former stylist of 28 years turned color educator, speaker, and equity, justice, & liberation consultant who’s breaking the textural and racial boundaries segregating the pro hair industry. She is the founder of the Kolour Kulture and Texture VS Race, both focused on teaching stylists how to identify and work with hair of all textures. Additionally, Keya’s REPAIRations program partners with industry educators, influencers, and brands to provide underserved stylists with equitable education. Keya strives to provide Black stylists with equitable education, while championing diversity and inclusion behind the chair and behind the scenes of the salon industry.
Dr. Afiya Mbilishaka
REGINALD F. LEWIS MUSEUM
The following inner harbor hotels are less than a 10 minute walk to the venue.
Renaissance Baltimore Harbor Hotel
202 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202
Marriott Baltimore Waterfront Hotel
700 Aliceanna Street Baltimore, Maryland 21202
Payment is non-refundable, but can be transferred to future Texture VS Race. Transfer must done before April 22.
PAYMENT PLAN CANCELLATION OR INSUFFICIENT FUNDS
If payment plant goes into default, the remaining balance will be due in full if not paid within 7 days. No refund of previous payment.
CHANGES TO YOUR TICKET
If you need to make changes to your payment plan, name change, email or ticket holder information please email firstname.lastname@example.org All changes to your tickets must be made by April 22nd.
If you cannot make the event and you wish to sell your ticket privately you may do so. Submit changes to email@example.com by April 22nd, 2023.