The Providers’ Council announced today that it will be holding a three-session training series in February titled, “Racial Equity and Organizational Change,” which will teach strategies for creating a culture of racial equity and equip attendees with the tools needed to bring about important change.
Attendees will connect with fellow human service leaders equally committed to this effort throughout the seminar. Together participants will share and collaborate on key concerns and best practices that broaden their awareness and understanding of critical racial justice and equity issues affecting our sector.
The sessions, presented by Barbara Holland of Advocates and Comma Williams of Comma Williams Enterprises, will take place on Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. All registrants are expected to attend the series in-full and will receive a certificate of completion.
On day one (Feb. 3), participants will look inward to examine where they are on your own path to a strong commitment to racial equity. You will connect how your role can contribute to creating and maintaining a culture of racial equity within the workplace.
On day two (Feb. 10), participants will apply the new perspectives and insights gained on day one to begin identifying the barriers and strengths their workplaces have as it relates to racial equity and inclusion.
On day three (Feb. 17), after creating an Agency Action Plan in day two, participants will come together to share their strategies for enacting change and receive feedback from peers and facilitators.
For more information, please email Mesa Merritt.Back to All News