How To Be An Ally
In this panel discussion, moderated by Susie Silver with The Diversity Movement, audience members will have the opportunity to explore organizations through panelists who will speak to the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion and what each audience member can do to be an everyday ally. From this event, audience members can expect to take a personal look through their own DEI journey and learn a new way to be an ally that will easily fit into their everyday life both personally and professionally. This is an informational and educational program.
About our Panel:
Kori Hennessey, LGBT Center of Raleigh
Tai Chung, Sempre Health
Moderated by Susie Silver, The Diversity Movement
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.
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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.
*COVID Notice: we are closely monitoring our changing environment and safety is our top priority. We do encourage everyone to practice best health practices by following COVID protocols that you are most comfortable with. Please be advised mask wearing and social distancing may be asked of attendees at any time. Please stay home if you or a family member are sick and make sure to wash your hands regularly.