It's time we come together in-person for more
Courageous Conversation & Connection

September 15 - 18, 2023
Washington DC
Justin Nai'im Hurdle-Price and Dr. Lynne Maureen Hurdle
Don’t Miss Our Very First Live
In-Person Conference for OTMR
Join Dr. Lynne Maureen Hurdle, Justin Nai’im Hurdle-Price and special guest speakers for our three-and-a-half day journey of powerful and meaningful teaching, conversations, gatherings and an incredible excursion; all meant to expand the OTMR six-month journey experience.
Let's Connect, Learn, Heal & Take Action Together
This Is An Opportunity...
to meet other OTMR folks who have made the commitment to learn and do something about racism in the United States. You will learn from guest speakers including some of our very own OTMR participants.

What better place than Washington DC, a pivotal place in this country’s history on racism, to come together and build on the work that you have already been doing?
Some of the topics you will learn more about:
  • Racism and Health Inequities
  • Mental Health and Activism
  • Having Difficult Conversations on Racism with Family, Friends and Co-Workers
  • Racism In the Workplace - Problems and Progress
  • The Work of Moving From Ally to Comrade
  • Historical Racism and the African American Community
  • Historical Racism and the Native American Community
  • How to Act With Purpose
  • Racism and What Resides Within You - The Deeper Work
  • To Be Young and Black in America
Your Experience Includes:
  • Access to all of the powerful speaker sessions
  • Guided Tour of the famous Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture with a facilitated debriefing on-site
  • Restaurant Dinner together after the Museum
  • Breakfast every morning
  • Gathering together with other OTMR family members
  • Closing Ceremonial Circle
  • A Thank You for Your Commitment goodie bag
  • Access to a Facebook Group specifically for conference attendees
YES! I Want to Be Inspired!
 Conference Agenda 
Thursday, September 14

Friday, September 15
9am - Breakfast/Registration/Photos
10am - Opening Session
1pm - Lunch On Your Own
2:30pm - Afternoon Session
6pm - Closing For The Day

Saturday, September 16
9am - Breakfast
10am - Speakers
1pm - Lunch On Your Own
2:30pm - Afternoon Speakers
6pm - Closing For The Day

Sunday, September 17
9am - Breakfast
10am - Excursion to Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and CultureTour, Debriefing, Lunch on Your Own at Museum
4pm - Return to Hotel
6:30pm - Dinner At a Restaurant Together On Us

Monday September 18
9am - Breakfast
10am - Closing Session
12pm - Goodbyes, Hugs
Meet Some of Our Amazing Speakers... More to Be Added.
Tara Risser
Racism In the Workplace: Problems and Progress
As a champion of community and belonging, Tara is deeply engaged in efforts both within her company and externally, including serving as a board member for Shadhika, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to gender equality in India.
Kevin Thames
Racism In the Workplace: Problems and Progress
In support of key company initiatives, Kevin co-founded and leads Equinix BlackConnect whose mission is to increase Equinix’s inclusion, innovation and impact by expanding, empowering and elevating black employees and their allies around the globe.
Dr. Linda Lausell-Bryant
Racism and Mental Health
Dr. Linda Lausell-Bryant is devoted to developing the leadership capacities of social workers to spark change at the intersection of race, ethnicity, and social justice. In 2020, she co-developed and implemented a Faculty Antiracism Training to strengthen skill in antiracist pedagogy, inclusive teaching and mentoring for all NYU Silver faculty.
Justin Nai'im Hurdle-Price
To Be Young and Black In America
Justin started facilitating conflict resolution workshops for young people and adults at the age of 10. He has co-facilitated workshops in schools and for non-profits and at national conflict resolution conferences all over the country. He worked as a trainer coach for youth from all different backgrounds, helped design workshops for parents, teachers and young people.
Dr. Lynne Maureen Hurdle
Why We Can't Wait: We Must Act Now!

Dr. Lynne is a communication expert and conflict resolution strategist, diversity, equity and inclusion facilitator, speaker, and leadership coach with over 40 years of experience in blending the connection between communication, conflict and culture into my unique style of engagement for leaders.

She is the author of the best seller, Closing Conflict for Leaders: How to Be a Bold Leader and Develop a Kick-Ass, High-Functioning, Happy AF Team.

At an Iconic, Historic American Venue
Event Location and Accommodations:
Hilton Washington DC National Mall The Wharf
480 L'Enfant Plaza
Washington, DC 20024
Hotel InfoMap

*Hotel stay is not included in your conference ticket price.
We have secured a great price for your hotel room of $259.00 per night!
 Come for Our Community 
  Enjoy the DC Vibes  
  Leave Strengthened and Inspired  
Be Part of This Life Changing Event!
There are 2 registration options below:

Full Payment of $1450

Early Bird Price until May 15, 2023
8 Monthly Payments of $195
Payment plan available until February 28, 2023
Refund Policy: All Sales are Final. No Refunds are Allowed.
If you cannot attend, any monies paid can be put toward another OTMR program.
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