The 2023 Toward One Wisconsin Conference is bringing leaders, professionals and advocates from around the state to the Fox Cities this April to prioritize the work of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI).
The schedule for the two-day conference, held April 25 to 26 at the Hilton Appleton Paper Valley Hotel, has been released on the conference website, t1w.org.
T1W 2023 features two nationally recognized keynote speakers (Wajahat Ali and the Rev. Traci Blackmon) and over 50 breakout presentations in the four conference tracks (Community, Education, Health, Workforce).
Breakout presentation topics cover a wide range of topics, from addressing talent attraction and retention to how language and cultural understanding have an impact on patient health outcomes.
Attendees will discover collaborative and innovative approaches, best practices, cutting edge research, and success stories that address job entry, creating united communities that welcome all residents, embracing a healthy climate for youth in our schools and neighborhoods, and promoting health equity initiatives across Wisconsin.
Don’t miss this opportunity to join a statewide network that understands that diversity, equity and inclusion are essential to Wisconsin’s continued excellence.
To learn more, view the conference schedule and take advantage of early bird pricing, visit t1w.org.
About Toward One Wisconsin
The Toward One Wisconsin Conference began with a mission to foster and sustain a statewide culture that understands that diversity, equity and inclusion are essential to the state’s continued excellence. Since the first conference in 2019, T1W has brought together thousands of attendees from diverse backgrounds to have broad ranging conversations around the work of DEI and how to move from talk to action.