You’re invited! Come to Green Bay on April 28-29:
Toward One Wisconsin Inclusivity Conference
“Wisconsin is moving forward. And we need to continue to spread the word.”
Dr. George Koonce
Toward One Wisconsin Conference co-chair
In just four months, diversity experts and influencers will convene in Green Bay. Toward One Wisconsin will bring together individuals and groups from diverse backgrounds to address divisions that adversely impact the state’s economic, cultural and social progress.
Toward One Wisconsin
A Conference on Building Communities
of Equity and Opportunity
April 28-29, 2020
Radisson Hotel and Conference Center
Green Bay, WI
Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of this premiere inclusivity conference.
In addition to 60 presentations by experts in their respective fields, two nationally recognized speakers on diversity and inclusivity will headline the conference. Hilary Ware is 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 is a frequent speaker on diversity issues and work-life balance. Nikole Hannah-Jones is an award-winning investigative journalist with The New York Times Magazine, focusing on racial injustice.
NEW FOR 2020: POSTER PRESENTATIONS – Conference attendees will have the chance to display and present a poster on a subject pertaining to one of the four conference 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
Poster presenters can actively engage with peers who can offer insightful, impartial feedback on your work. Not sure how poster presentations work? Check out the details at: t1w.org/poster. Poster deadline is February 1, 2020.
It’s not too early to register. Reserve your spot at the table for this premier inclusivity conference.
This week’s articles from the T1W Newsletter:
UWSP Has Room to Grow on Inclusivity
UW-Stout, UWEC Faculty Recognized for LGBTQ+ Advocacy
Check Out These Top 4 Most-Improved Cities Working with HRC to Make LGBTQ Equality a Priority
God and Education: How Mister Rogers used his faith to shape Children’s Television
Black and brown children not represented in children’s books
Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship Recipients Announced for 2019 Internet2 Technology Exchange
New Bill Aims to Create More Inclusivity of Women in Trucking