Conference will help businesses learn how to be more inclusive, diverse
“What we’re experiencing here in the U.S. is a moment, a cultural shift. Organizations that you thought would never come out with actions on diversity and inclusion are doing it now. From a business standpoint, it makes sense.”
Talent Acquisition Professional
Toward One Wisconsin
Steering Committee member
You’ve been hearing about Toward One Wisconsin for a while. Over 450 have already registered for this premier statewide inclusivity conference. Won’t you join us to be a part of the change across Wisconsin?
Toward One Wisconsin Conference
By Oct. 23 – save up to $100
Why should businesses attend?
Hear it straight from an H.R. professional from Green Bay, D.J. Daniels. (Click on the link above for D.J.’s story.)
Need more reasons to register?
- 50 interest sessions, 90-plus presenters (Click here for program schedule.)
- Special preconference day Nov. 11: Racism is a Public Health Crisis… and what we can do about it
- CEO Action Panel for Diversity and Inclusion – Taking the Pledge
- All-digital poster presentations, show your work, engage with others – details at inclusivity-wi.org/poster
Click here to check out the amazing lineup of over 50 interest sessions and 90-plus presenters covering these four tracks:
- Track I: Increasing Opportunities for Inclusion in Wisconsin’s Workforce
- Track II: Creating Inclusive Communities
- Track III: Cultivating Equity in Education
- Track IV: Building Health Equity in Wisconsin
This week’s session highlight: Track I: Workforce Opportunities – ‘Got Equity?’
Presenters: Mohammed I.T. Bey, director, Diversity & Inclusion, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College; Vickie Lock, dean, Student Success, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College; Jenni Oliver, director, The Privilege Institute Operations and Social Equity Advancement
What you will learn: Employees at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and The Privilege Institute will share examples of how they have created and/or facilitated holistic equity approaches that could be adopted by other organizations.
For complete list of conference sponsors, click here.