Culture is a key driver of impact in our nonprofit and philanthropy sectors. Each organization’s culture drives the depth of impact we can create together, and building that culture starts with every unique individual in our respective organizations embodying inclusive behaviors.
We are at a crucial inflection point where inclusive work environments, inclusive philanthropy policies, and social justice work are no longer nice-to-haves, but must-haves in the world of impact. Join us as we learn how to emerge as inclusive leaders and create the equitable, justice-driven nonprofit and philanthropic worlds we all wish to see.
What you will gain
You will learn best practices to support DEI efforts:
- Understand DEIB conversational guidelines that can be used as an ongoing tool
- Increase awareness of DEIB, how it is connected to culture, and its impact on our organizations
- Gain a ‘common’ understanding of terms such as diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging
- Learn how to create a safe space for effective DEIB conversations
- Discuss a simple, effective framework to create an inclusive culture with DEIB lens to support lasting change
- Examine the breadth of diversity and how to personally engage
- Understand examples of inclusive behaviors and how to be an inclusive leader
- Leave with next steps for using small actions to create big impact
Registration is FREE thanks to a collaboration between YNPNsfba, EPIP Bay Area, and AAPIP Bay Area.
Jeannine Carter is the former Head of Diversity Engagement at Facebook and current CEO, Founder & Chief Innovator of Inclusive Innovations LLC, d/b/a Incluvations. Her inspirational style delivers a rare blend of impactful stories and lessons learned with actionable strategies for racial transformation, diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging [DEIB] related efforts. She is an internationally recognized leader, consultant, facilitator, and speaker in diversity, inclusion, racial healing and justice, and cultural and systemic change. Jeannine's mission is to provide clients with proven and transformative strategies to mitigate and end all forms of discriminatory hierarchies of human value and lead transformative DEIB related endeavors. She is laser-focused on ensuring that people who have not been seen, heard, and/or valued, can achieve their purpose.
Kelsey "Lotus” Wong is a Leadership Coach, People & Culture Consultant and Creative Facilitator with 11 years of experience guiding and gathering groups to grow and heal together. With a passionate curiosity for self and organizational transformation, Lotus is committed to helping people bring their visions to life, expand their capacities, and reclaim love and liberation as their birthright. With travel and work experience in over 25 countries, she’s created SOUL (School of Unconditional Love), a BIPOC-centered learning platform offering courses, coaching and community gatherings on love, liberation and healing; co-hosts This Intentional Life, a soul-provoking podcast featuring women of color living wholeheartedly; works as a People & Culture Manager at visionary nonprofit, Common Future; and freelance consults and facilitates for several global teams.
Registration is limited to 60 participants.
*Due to limited space, please let us know as soon as possible if you have registered and are no longer able to participate by cancelling using the link in your confirmation email or by emailing [email protected].