Becoming and identifying as an Anti-Racist has become one of the most popular racial equity and justice movements in the 21st century. As individuals become aware of the embedded forms of racism on a systemic, institutional, interpersonal, and internalized level, the motivation to change is only natural. But there has been an avoidance of essential reflective questions one must ask themselves to match their motivations with meaningful, transformative actions. This webinar will explore these questions and the often missing but fundamental steps organizations, and individuals must embark on to understand the meaning of Anti-Racism. Because just saying you are is not enough.

Facilitator: TERRELL SMITH, CCSI Talent & Culture Specialist


Wednesday, October 20,2021

12:30 – 1:00PM


Terrell Smith is the Talent and Culture Specialist for Coordinated Care Services, Inc. (CCSI). There he supports talent and culture initiatives, as set by the Chief Diversity Officer (CDO), Chief Compliance Officer (CCO), and Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), with executing relevant strategies that advance CCSI’s organizational DEI goals and initiatives.

He is a graduate of St. John Fisher College with a double major in Sociology and Criminology. He also earned his master’s degree in Education Policy from the University of Rochester with a focus on transformative program evaluation. His personal and professional experience, paired with his formal education, has informed him substantially regarding the inequities experienced by historically marginalized and under-resourced populations related to housing, health care, education, employment, criminal justice, and mental health.