The event, which takes place on May 4 and 5, is designed to help employers learn how to enhance diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace. Senior leaders, human resource professionals, diversity practitioners, managers and employees who are interested in advancing this work are encouraged to attend.
Over the course of two days, participants will explore how to leverage this moment in racial justice history to shape their organization’s culture.
The Summit features two keynote speakers and two panels of diversity, equity and inclusion experts, as well as a breakout session with trainers from all over the world who will help put the learnings into action. There is an optional Coaching Center where participants can get one-on-one advice from an experienced diversity professional.