Toward One Wisconsin offers half-off savings,
Register by September 15
|Click above to learn about Jarrett Adams,
a plenary panel featured speaker.
With only two months to go, now’s the time to reserve your spot at the premier inclusivity conference, the all-virtual Toward One Wisconsin on Nov. 11-13.
There are even more reasons not to wait, with half-off registration ending September 15 – register now.
Here are four benefits to attending.
1. Toward One Wisconsin (T1W) just announced a special preconference program. We’re partnering with MATCH (Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health) group of the UW-Madison Population Health Institute on “Racism is a Public Health Crisis – And What We Can Do About It.”
2. Two nationally recognized figures will headline T1W – Nikole Hannah-Jones, 2020 Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist with the New York Times. She launched the 1619 Project, which challenges Americans to reframe U.S. history by marking the year when the first enslaved Africans arrived on Virginia soil as our nation’s foundational date. Click here for her compelling story.
Hilary Ware, vice president and associate general counsel, litigation and regulatory affairs, at Netflix in San Francisco. An openly gay attorney who has navigated to the top of her profession, she will discuss overcoming LGBTQ bias in the workplace.
3. We have 48 presentations with over 100 speakers – detailing success stories and strategies to help Wisconsin become more inclusive and welcoming.
4. Speaker snapshot! Click on the image above to learn more about one of our opening day plenary panelists – Jarrett Adams, interviewed recently on CNN. Wrongly convicted of sexual assault at age 17, he served 10 years in a Wisconsin prison before being exonerated with the assistance of the Wisconsin Innocence Project. Adams went on to earn a law degree and is now a successful defense attorney. He is also presenting in both Track 2 and Track 4 (two separate live presentations on Nov. 13) on “A Plan for Reducing Mass Incarceration in Wisconsin.”
Be a part of the premier inclusivity conference which last year brought together 500 attendees from across the state to address persistent barriers to inclusivity.
For complete list of conference sponsors, click here.