Personal Pronouns in Resume Writing
Presented by: Brandi Muñoz
Gender pronouns are an important part of communication. They take the place of nouns, such as names, and allow people to share information about themselves. This session will help writers bring awareness to the importance of respecting the preferred gender identity of clients and peers in the workplace. A person’s gender identity is no longer restricted to the sex they were assigned at birth. Understanding why gender pronouns are used to describe one’s preferred gender identification and where the pronouns should go on a resume will help to enable more inclusive writing practices.
Three key takeaways from this session include:
- What it means to be gender nonconforming.
- How to go about sharing your pronouns in a professional setting.
- How to list personal pronouns on a resume and other professional branding documents.
This one-hour recording from the 2021 Virtual Conference is $19.99 for NRWA members and $39.99 for nonmembers. It is not eligible for CEUs.
About the presenter:
Brandi R. Muñoz (She/Her) is a Certified Human Resources Professional (PHR, SHRM-SP), Certified Master of Career Services (CMCS), Certified Professional Résumé Writer (CPRW), and Nationally Certified Online Profile Expert (NCOPE) with experience as a Corporate Trainer, Human Resources & Diversity Consultant, and Career Coach. She is also certified in Myer’s Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessments, Thomas-Killman Conflict Styles, Skill Scope, and Keys from the Center for Creative Leadership.
Brandi is a graduate of Southern Methodist University’s Master of Arts program in Conflict Resolution with a focus on workplace mediation and negotiation. She also serves as the Diversity Officer for the Association for Conflict Resolution in the education, research, and training section.
Currently, Brandi is working toward attaining a doctorate (EdD) in Organizational Leadership, focusing on conflict resolution and leadership development. Brandi has expertise in developing and facilitating training topics related to human resources, career transition, dispute resolution, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. She also publishes online blogs and articles for women in leadership, career development, and strategies that foster inclusive workplaces.