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Webinar: Making it Work: How to Adapt Your DEI Efforts to the Virtual World

July 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Free
Join us as we discuss tangible ways to adapt your D&I efforts

As many of us have shifted the way we work and connect over the past few months, you may now be wondering what it looks like to be intentional when discussing issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion (‘DEI’) in the virtual workplace. While many things are uncertain right now, we cannot afford to lose the essence of DEI work in our organizations. Working and connecting virtually still makes it possible for us to create and maintain innovative and well-thought out ways to discuss issues that impact the people, practices, and policies of our institutions. Whether you’re looking to virtually facilitate an employee resource group (ERG) or conduct an equity audit that allows you to assess your organization, there are ways for us to be compassionate and skillful while centering DEI work virtually. Join Co-CEO Felicia Jadczak and Learning Development Manager Fatima Dainkeh of She+ Geeks Out as they:

  • Explore some of the virtual challenges and opportunities we may face when discussing important topics related to DEI
  • Review tangible ways to facilitate and support DEI related conversations
  • Provide examples of DEI work that can be done virtually in an effective manner

Who should attend?

This webinar is open to anyone interested in learning more about how to conduct and support DEI work virtually. All genders welcome!

Note: This webinar is password protected. Please read the confirmation email you will receive in order to access the webinar link and password.

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Land Acknowledgement

She+ Geeks Out was originally founded on land that is the traditional territory of the Massachusett and Pawtucket tribes, and which is still home to descendants of these peoples. At this point in time, the SGO team is fully remote, and we are located across the United States. Land acknowledgements are a way for us to reflect upon the duality of our work— while we work within our team, our community, and our client organizations to promote greater inclusivity and abolish inequities, we ourselves still perpetuate and contribute to various forms of historical and present oppression. We are now operating in a virtual space, but we can still honor and name the physical spaces we all inhabit. We encourage you to learn more about the lands you are currently on and reflect on your own place in this work.

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