As we increasingly engage with individuals who are different from us, it is critical to think about how we live, work, and play peacefully together. As employers, we can address challenges that may arise by considering intentional inclusion practices that encourage new understandings of ourselves and those around us.
During this presentation, participants will reflect on their own identities, understand the value of inclusive concepts, and consider individual, interpersonal, and institutional actions to foster inclusion in the workplace and broader community.
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About the Speaker
Jacqueline “Jacquie” Johnson is Director of Professional Development at the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities (VCIC), an organization that works with schools, businesses, and communities to achieve success through inclusion. In her role, she designs, coordinates, delivers and evaluates diversity, equity, and inclusion programs conducted for VCIC’s workplace clients across Virginia.
Jacquie has a diverse background that includes workplace diversity, equity, inclusion (DEI) strategy, instructional design, and underrepresented community outreach and engagement. Jacquie is especially interested in how DEI practices, adult learning, and inner self-work build and better workplaces and the broader community for everyone to thrive. Jacquie currently serves on the board of The Fund for Leadership, Equity, Access, and Diversity (The LEAD Fund).
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