One Week Away: Toward One Wisconsin 2021

Virtual Inclusivity conference to be held next week, October 12-13

With just one week to go, excitement is building! We hope you can join us for:

Toward One Wisconsin Conference
Conference Theme: Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges

October 12-13, 2021
Fully Virtual Conference

Don’t Miss Your Chance

Register today to join a statewide network seeking to prioritize the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout Wisconsin.

T1W 2021 will feature 48 breakout sessions and three nationally acclaimed keynote speakers (Kao Kalia Yang, Dasha Kelly Hamilton, and Jelani Cobb). Attendees can look forward to an opening plenary panel, closing “move to action” session, as well as inspirational poems and reflections from our artist-in-residence, Dorothy Chan.

Last year’s conference successfully brought together more than 800 people in a fully virtual format to address and prioritize the work of diversity, equity and inclusion throughout Wisconsin. We look forward to continuing this important work again this year.

Not Registered Yet? Don’t Worry!

It’s not too late to sign up. Registration will be open through the start of the conference. For more information visit:

T1W plenary speaker Kao Kalia Yang talks about joining the conversation at Toward One Wisconsin 2021

We’ll see you next week!

About Toward One Wisconsin

Wherever you are on your Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) journey, there’s something for you at Toward One Wisconsin. Whether you’re just starting out and overwhelmed, or you’re a leading activist in your community, this conference will provide best practices, insights and implementation tools to help you take the next steps. Across all sectors of business and life in Wisconsin, parallel efforts are underway to prioritize DEI. We may be in different places based on the diversity of our experiences, but we’re all traveling the same journey: Toward One Wisconsin. For more details, including sponsorship opportunities and registration, visit

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