An immersive planning session for personal and professional Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging growth.
We all know that achieving a goal requires planning and skill development. In the past few years, many of us made personal and organizational commitments to DEIB. However, integrating these commitments and changed practices into our everyday work and life routine requires consistency and practice. That's why we're inviting you to join this highly participatory workshop to understand the foundations of belonging through an intersectional lens and learn how you can incorporate key inclusivity principles into your day-to-day life.
Participants in this workshop will:
- gain tangible strategies on how to communicate and cultivate belonging in your organization,
- identify personal and professional opportunities to create a more inclusive culture, and
- practice having challenging conversations in a supportive environment.
This strategic dialogue is the perfect place for those new to equity and those well-versed in DEIB to elevate their skills and commitment to creating communities of belonging.
This is a program of the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Series.
In addition to the two facilitators, this workshop will include multiple speakers representing a variety of intersectional identities.
Lindsey Arbuthnot Clancey, M.S., is a talented facilitator who is committed to the funding and development of high-impact programs. Lindsey started her career as the first Program Analyst for the Community Prosecution: East Patrol Division Program, a collaboration project between the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department and the Kansas City, Missouri City Prosecutor’s Office. She has experience with government, non-profit, and academic positions. (In 2019, she was named the Norman Royall Distinguished Teaching Professor for the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Missouri - Kansas City for her innovative and inclusive teaching.) She is driven to connecting practice and policy with data and strategy.
Misty Campbell, M.S., SHRM-CP is a talented community leader who is dedicated to long-term relationship building. She has experience with the non-profit, for-profit, and academic sectors--establishing a high level of skill regarding the translation of complex ideas into effective learning opportunities, facilitation of inclusive dialogue, recruitment, talent development, program management, and mutually beneficial collaborations. She is dedicated to helping people translate their passions into tangible community benefits that are rooted in empirically driven practices.
So that we can serve you better, we want to understand who is in the room. You will be asked two demographics questions as you register for this event. We will never share your individual information, and we will only report on demographics in aggregate. Any questions or comments? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.