This event is part of a series of virtual trainings with Multicultural BRIDGE addressing cultural competency.
Gwendolyn VanSant of BRIDGE joins us again for a workshop on Inclusive Leadership. We will walk through the Deloitte Model of Inclusive Leadership and look at Race Equity Levers to map out steps towards inclusion, including a race equity focus. As participants reflect on their role in their workplaces, the workshop is meant to map out considerations and best practices for holistic approaches to equity and justice for leaders and organizations.
In advance of the meeting, we encourage you to view the following videos from the New Pathways series:
JENNIFER WILLIAMS ON "BUILDING AN EQUITABLE FUTURE: WEAVING HR AND E & I DURING & POST COVID-19"
SHAMEEKA MATTIS-PINARD ON “STAYING MENTALLY STRONG IN SOCIAL JUSTICE WORK”
TONI BERGINS ON “EMBODYING POWER, EMPATHY, AND COMPASSION FOR THE WORK AHEAD”
This session is open to all. We encourage you to invite other members of your organizations and boards to attend, and ask that each person register individually.
Future sessions with Multicultural BRIDGE (schedule subject to change)
September 10 at 3pm EST
October 8 at 3pm EST
November 12 at 3pm EST
December 10 at 3pm EST
Founded in 2007, Multicultural BRIDGE is a grassroots organization dedicated to advancing equity and justice by promoting cultural competence, positive psychology, and mutual understanding and acceptance. The organization acts as a catalyst for change through collaboration, education, training, dialogue, fellowship and advocacy.
Gwendolyn VanSant is a trainer & facilitator in diversity leadership, cultural competence and coalition building for justice and equity. She is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founding Director of Multicultural BRIDGE and contributes to several teams across the region to promote safety, equity and trust in communities and workplaces. Gwendolyn has worked with corporations, schools, colleges and universities, law enforcement, hospitals, teaching and leadership institutes, and more. In addition to designing cultural competence trainings, Gwendolyn is a frequent speaker and long-time activist deeply rooted in gender equity and positive psychology.