Registration is now open for the 2024 Toward One Wisconsin Conference (T1W) on equity, diversity, and inclusion, taking place May 7-8 in Eau Claire.

Toward One Wisconsin 2024
A Conference on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
Conference Theme: Building Bridges, Breaking Barriers
May 7-8, 2024
Pablo Center at the Confluence
Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Virtual attendance options available
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First held in Milwaukee in 2019, T1W gathers leaders, professionals, and advocates to focus on the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Last year’s conference in Appleton brought together over 650 attendees from a wide range of sectors to empower and employ the full talent of all who live in Wisconsin.

Attendees will discover collaborative and innovative approaches, best practices, cutting edge research and success stories around the work of DEI. This year’s conference will feature keynote speaker Dr. Anthony Abraham Jack, expert led plenary panels, and 20 breakout sessions across four conference tracks.

  • Workforce Track: Increasing Opportunities for Inclusion in Wisconsin’s Workforce
  • Community Track: Creating Inclusive Communities
  • Education Track: Cultivating Equity in Education
  • Health Track: Building Health Equity in Wisconsin

Wherever you may be on your DEI journey, there’s something for you at Toward One Wisconsin. Whether you’re just starting out, or you’re a seasoned advocate in your organization or community, this conference will provide best practices, insights and implementation tools to help you take the next steps.

Secure your spot today! Register now to join us at Toward One Wisconsin 2024

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.

About Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service (WIPPS)
Founded in 2007, WIPPS is a unit of the Universities of Wisconsin, with a mission to address local, state, and national issues by linking public scholarship, civic outreach, and student service to enhance community life throughout Wisconsin. Learn more about WIPPS.