Tuesday, December 1, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM CST
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Jenny Day, SCORE Workshop Coordinator
Fort Worth - Chapter 120

Building Bridges of Trust 


*This will be a live online workshop via Zoom* 

Tracey will focus on ways that small business owners and their staff can share intercultural spaces with their clients and customers (and each other) in these trying times. So many of us come from different backgrounds and cultures and it can be difficult to see another person or cultures perspective.

Small business owners are in unique positions to attract and retain clients from diverse groups and cultures. In order to do this there is a need to have an understanding of how to Build Bridges of Trust that are authentic, sustainable, and long lasting. This is exactly what this workshop addresses. You will walk away with tools and ways to Build Bridges of Trust with your diverse client/customers.

Join us to:

  • RECOGNIZE the spaces and/or cultures we inhabit individually as well as the various spaces or cultures our clients/customers may inhabit.
  • ANALYZE the oppressor within and ways this might be blocking us from building trust with one another and with our clients/customers. (We will be using comedic tools to keep this light.)
  • IDENTIFY 3 ways our perspectives may be blocking us from building trust with each other and with our clients.
  • PROPOSE 1 way to re-think or re-construct the spaces we inhabit individually in order to build trust with each other and with our clients.


Workshop Fee $15


Presented by Tracey Lynn Huguley
Tracey has been a small business owner for over twenty-five years. She has been an owner of the following businesses: Professional Recruiting Firm, Real Estate Agency, American Sign Language Interpreting Agency, and is currently operating a business that presents webinars and workshops on various topics.

Having grown up within a community of people who have experienced marginalization, the Deaf community, Tracey has, in adulthood, committed herself to being an ally alongside diverse communities who continue to be marginalized and oppressed. Drawing on this background of personal biography and cultural sensitivity, Tracey is deeply committed to eliminating barriers to the intrinsic learning experience and to fostering inclusive environments. Her teaching methods of inclusion, collaboration, and emergence, along with achievable outcomes, will help business owners/individuals build pathways to greater awareness, reach personal and professional goals, and have a transformative educational experience.

With over twenty-five years as a small business owner and educator, Tracey combines her formal education and practical experience to provide engaging learning opportunities in each presentation or workshop she facilitates.

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Cancellation Policy: 

If you need to cancel you must notify us via email 7 days prior to the workshop date. A confirmation of your cancellation will be sent once it is received. Calling the SCORE Fort Worth office is not acceptable for a cancellation notice. All no-shows or cancellations after 7 days will lose their paid workshop fees. 

All workshop fees must be paid in advance prior to workshop date. For security purposes we will not be able to accept payment for workshops at the door unless workshop is being held at James E. Guinn complex in Fort Worth, TX.  

CANCELLATION NOTICES MUST BE IN WRITING AND EMAILED TO: Jenny Day at ch.admin0120@scorevolunteer.org. Any other means of cancellation will not be accepted.  

SCORE is a resource partner with the SBA 

SCORE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. We have been doing this for over fifty years. Because our work is supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), and thanks to our network of 10,000 volunteers, we are able to deliver our services at no charge or at very low cost. 

Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.  All opinions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.