The Inclusion, Equity & Diversity Learning Group, provides nonprofit professionals with the opportunity to receive hands-on training, coaching from experts, and input from peers over the course of five three-hour sessions. Participants will explore the history and framework of "isms". They will define biases, values, identity and entitlement.
In this learning group participants discuss why we are here, who we are in relation to others and what we can achieve together. Participants will also examine why systems of oppression were developed. Participants will develop a curriculum to take back to their organizations to share what the organization can do to be champions of inclusion, equity and diversity.
|Sessions & Topics
History and framework of racial equity
Awareness of beliefs and biases
Difference between intention & impact
Advocacy, Ally-ship & Championing
Curriculum Development Project
Who Should Attend
This course best serves:
- Nonprofit professionals in Human Resources, Management, or Directorship interested in bringing more knowledge of inclusion, equity and diversity to their nonprofit organizations.
How much does it cost?
Public Price: $575
Member Price: $500
Sweet Deal: $425
IRASEMA GARCIA, MPA has worked her entire career with the non-profit sector. She currently works with GRID Alternatives, an international non-profit that helps bring solar technology to underserved communities. At GRID she is working on an organizational wide Equity, Inclusion and Diversity strategy that includes staff and community. As staff and an independent contractor working with non-profits, she focused on evaluation and community research; training and organizational development; and policy change. She also served communities directly, while running mentoring, service learning and life skill development programs. With 20 years of experience as a trainer and curriculum developer, Irasema's focus has been devoted to management, leadership, life skills; and equity, inclusion and diversity education. Irasema has a Masters degree in Public Administration with emphasis on Organizational Development and City Planning and earned her Bachelors in Social Sciences with minors in Ethnic Studies and Psychology.