This annual event is held to educate and create local dialogue on diversity and inclusion and to celebrate the wide array of differences in our com- munities. Participants have an opportunity to attend a wide array of workshops and hear from dynamic speakers that will increase their knowledge and understanding of a diverse workplace and community.
SparkTalk Columbus – http://www.ohiodiversitycouncil.org/what-we-do/programs-events/sparktalk/2017-sparktalk/columbus/
The Houston Diversity Festival brings together diverse people of all backgrounds, vendors, musicians, and cultural performers to designated cities on an annual spring to summer rotating schedule. This festival promotes education, showcases diversity, enlightens audiences, and brings together diverse cultures and communities.
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Every year, the National Diversity Council compiles a list of the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Law to feature the highest caliber of executive female leaders within the law. These women are the most prominent leaders, and they have reached the top of their profession by being effective leaders in their organization. They drive change, innovate, and inspire others to succeed while contributing to business growth.
National CIO Symposium creates a series of discussions across the nation reflecting on the information technology and leadership topics of today and tomorrow. All National CIO Symposiums are half-day events that consist of a moderated panel that will delve into topics of interest in which the panelists, CIOs from a variety of industries, share their personal and professional perspectives on the future of information technology.
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To be the best in today’s market requires organiza- tions to thoroughly understand how all employees and customers fit into their strategic plans. Their LGBT resources are no exception.
The LGBTQ+ Roundtable not only promotes the advancement of work place equality for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender people, but also provides value to today’s leading organizations. Whether you are a Human Resource or Diversity professional, a people manager, or an individual contributor, you will leave these educational session with a better understanding of the LGBTQ+ climate, ready to build fully inclusive workplaces, and boost your competitive edge.
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for additional information.
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. AZT
Host: University of Phoenix
1625 W. Fountainhead Pkwy
Tempe, AZ 85282
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