Anti-Racism Part 3: Developing a Nonprofit Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Strategic Action Plan

For the first time, non-Hispanic white residents now make up less than half (49.9%) of the nations under age 15 population. This is a reminder of the increasing racial diversity of the nation’s overall population. By 2044 more than half of the U.S. population will be people of color. As racially diverse younger generations become part of the labor force, tax base, and consumer base, the nation will need to be prepared to meet their distinct interests and needs in areas such as education, family services, and affordable housing. Will your organization be ready for our new reality? Join us to glean insights from DEI practitioner Al Sullivan as he shares an evidence based, 4-phased approach to developing a strategic DEI action plan, including:

  • Identifying the type of data and most relevant analysis to inform hi-impact solutions and interventions
  • Learning methods on how to engage your entire organization and key constituents to help inform relevant priorities
  • Gaining insights about the 4 levels of system which can be used to guide your DEI long term strategy design
  • Learning how to develop and leverage an internal cross functional change team to help guide your DEI work
  • The concept of an Intersectional approach to DEI that can be applied to your future DEI work

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This workshop is part of Executive Service Corp of the Triangle's 3-Part Anti-Racism Series to tackle critical lessons and provide resources to assist nonprofits in your anti-racism leadership journey. The other sessions include:

Event Date(s): 
Wednesday, May 26, 2021, 11:00am to 12:30pm
Al Sullivan, Inspirus Consulting Inc.
Online Series
Anywhere, NC 00000
United States