Power of Inclusion Series: Feb 2022
Enhancing Conversations Through Stories and Sharing
Join us as we hear from Matthew Kane, Co-Founder of Our Stories - Brave Conversations on Race, on the importance of open conversations with people who are different than us on a consistent and regular basis. We’ll dive into what Our Stories does, how you can progress change, and how to grow as a person while fostering a safe space for others to grow as well.
WAKE Up & Read 9th Annual Book Drive
WAKE Up and Read is a community coalition dedicated to ensuring that each and every child in Wake County - regardless of race, ethnicity, and socio-economic status - will read proficiently by the end of 3rd grade.
We ask that each participate of this event bring a NEW or GENTLY-USED BOOK for children up to 12 years old in donation to the 9th Annual WAKE Up and Read Book Drive. Guidance on specific titles can be found on our WAKE Up and Read Wish Lists
Organizations and institutions across the country are quickly realizing that diversity cannot be the end goal. Instead, we must develop safe, open, and inclusive environments for all to collaborate and co-exist. Through this event, you'll hear ways of how to foster honest and robust conversations surrounding multiple generations within a workforce and tips on how to be more generationally sensitive in a fast paced and ever-changing work environment. Explore the Morrisville Chamber online DEI toolkit
Interested in sponsoring this event and providing opportunities of inclusion to our community? Contact Bri for more information on how to get involved.
About The Power of Inclusion Series
Organizations and institutions across the country are quickly realizing that diversity cannot be the end goal. Instead, we must develop safe, open, and inclusive environments for all to collaborate and co-exist. This series highlights a specific topic of diversity, equity, and inclusion on a deeper level, giving business and community leaders additional resources to be inclusive in their everyday lives.