Workshop Aims to Help Community Organizations Become More Diverse, Inclusive and Equitable
Register now for “The Business Case for Diversity” on March 20 in Waterbury
Connecticut Community Foundation is hosting a full-day workshop at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury on March 20 led by Jamal Jimerson and Minority Inclusion Project on how incorporating diversity, equity and inclusion can strengthen the work of nonprofit organizations. The workshop is free and is ideal for senior staff and board members of nonprofit organizations.
Jimerson, the founder/executive director of Minority Inclusion Project in Manchester, Connecticut, has worked for over 15 years in public service across Connecticut. Throughout his career, he has given invited presentations on nonprofit diversity, inclusion, equity, and leadership for regional and national workshops.
Jimerson has also been a guest speaker at colleges and universities in the tri-state area, primarily speaking with adult learners and students of color about nonprofit career pathways, community leadership, and social entrepreneurship.
He said, “This conference is an opportunity to explore the tools, techniques, and resources that nonprofits need to attract and retain the best and brightest diverse minds for their boards and staff.”
Register for “The Business Case for Diversity” at www.conncf.org/event/the-business-case-for-diversity/. For more information, contact Patrick McKenna at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 203.753.1315.
[Photo of Jamal Jimerson courtesy of Minority Inclusion Project]