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Cultivating UniTEA Workshop

A Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Workshop with Organic Medicinal Herbs

Workshop Overview

Join us for a unique and enriching experience with our "Cultivating UniTEA" workshop, a transformative journey into the world of diversity, equity, and inclusion using organic grown herbs and herbal tea blending as powerful tools for team building and creating inclusive environments.


In the "Cultivating UniTEA" workshop, we'll delve into the rich tapestry of diversity through hands-on herb cultivation, fostering team bonding and connection. From the soil to the teacup, every step of this workshop is designed to bring teams closer and empower them with the principles of DEI.


Why Attend?

  • Gain practical insights into DEI through the lens of organic medicinal herbs.

  • Strengthen team bonds in a unique and engaging environment.

  • Foster a workplace culture that celebrates diversity and promotes equity.


Who Should Attend?

This workshop is suitable for teams of all sizes and industries. No prior knowledge of herbs is required – just bring an open mind and a willingness to grow together!


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Key Workshops Highlights:

Herb Cultivation for Team Bonding:

Engage in hands-on experiences of sensory exploration of organic medicinal herbs as a metaphor for fostering teamwork and building strong, interconnected roots within your team.

Herbal Wisdom for Diversity:

Explore the diverse qualities and uses of medicinal herbs as a reflection of the richness that diversity brings to a team. Participants will gain insights into how embracing differences can lead to a more harmonious and resilient work environment.

Equity in Nature's Abundance:

Delve into discussions on equity and fairness while exploring the concept of abundance in nature. Discover how the cultural principles of fairness can be applied within your team to create an environment where everyone thrives.

Inclusion through Herbal Infusions:

Experience the art of herbal infusions as a symbolic representation of blending different elements harmoniously. Participants will create unique herbal blends, fostering a sense of inclusion and celebrating the strength that comes from diversity.

Reflection and Dialogue:

Guided reflection sessions will provide space for open and honest dialogue about the challenges and opportunities of diversity, equity, and inclusion within your team. Share experiences, learn from one another, and collectively envision a more inclusive future.


Workshop Facilitator

Meet Clarenda "Farmer Cee" Stanley, M.Ed.

Founding CEO of Green Heffa Farms

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Clarenda Stanley, widely known as "Farmer Cee," is a

multifaceted leader blending the worlds of sustainable agriculture, environmental, and diversity, equity, and inclusion expertise. As the proud CEO of Green Heffa Farms, the country's first Black-owned Certified B Corp, Clarenda has not only become a recognized voice in agriculture and the natural wellness industry, but has also carved a niche as an award-winning environmental fundraiser and marketing maven turned herb farmer and tea blender. Her diverse skill set, coupled with a passion for sustainable living, forms the foundation of her unique approach to farming and fostering unity.


Innovator of "Cultivating UniTEA" Workshop:

Clarenda's creativity and commitment to diversity advocacy converged in the creation of the "Cultivating UniTEA" workshop. She is a visionary who combines her farming expertise with a deep commitment to promoting diversity and inclusivity. Her workshops and initiatives reflect a dedication to creating positive change, both in the agricultural landscape and in societal mindsets. Clarenda "Farmer Cee" Stanley is more than a farmer; she is a change-maker, a sustainability advocate, and a leader in fostering diversity.

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