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Princess Clemente

Princess Clemente

(She/Her)

Wife, Filipina, Immigrant, Cat Mom, Creative

Bio

Putting the right information together to maximize learning outcomes is Princess Clemente’s, a Senior Instructional Designer, secret power. She is dedicated to transforming and uplifting communities and organizations through the power of learning. In her role, she assists in designing and customizing meaningful learning experiences for clients. Princess is drawn to the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility (IDEA) space because she wants to build a more inclusive world where all people are valued, treated equitably and respectfully, and can confidently show up as their authentic selves. Princess’ work is inspired by storytelling – a transformative tool that illuminates the insights we discover in pages of data, everyday interactions, and moments of self-reflection, inspiring us to find our place in this collective journey towards equity. Princess lives in Maryland with her wife and two cats and enjoys playing and teaching tennis. She holds an M.S. in Training & Development and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of St. Francis and considers herself a life-long learner.

Infrequently Asked Questions

What’s something people don’t know about you?

I’m neurodivergent.

How often do you think about the color of your skin? Why do you think that is?

Pretty often. It’s not uncommon for me to be the only person of color in spaces, and it’s hard not to notice that.

What stops you from vocalizing your needs?

I think my experiences as an immigrant has made me adopt a ‘head down, work hard’ attitude to facing challenges, which at times has stopped me from vocalizing my needs. I’m learning it’s okay to tell people what you need, whether that’s asking for help, setting boundaries, or embracing the freedom to be yourself – and can do so while still keeping your head held high.

Follow the below link to access the deck of Infrequently Asked Question cards.

Recommendations

Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America

Alexis Ffrench – Truth (Album)

Explained (by Netflix + Vox)

In the world

Playing and coaching tennis

Cook Ross is now BE Equitable

These past few years have been incredibly tumultuous and evolving, where we have witnessed how complex and messy our world is.

In a world of tick-a-box trainings and quick fixes, we at Be Equitable are going after something more satisfying -- we’re here for the transformations. For the forward thinkers and future leaders who know the journey is long and are still ready, we see you and we want to partner with you.

Let’s go beyond the buzzwords to create workplaces that work for people of all races, ethnicities, identities, and abilities. It won’t be neat. And it certainly won’t be simple. Our BE team is ready and committed to get it done.

As we enter this next chapter of our story, we invite you to BE bold, BE inclusive, and BE authentic to the vision you have for yourself and your organization. And together we can create workplaces that are just and equitable for all.