Embedding DEIJB into Organizational Culture and Practice

Date and Time: Wednesday, June 7, 2023 - 09:00 am to 12:00 pmLocation: N/A - Online


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Being an equitable, diverse, and inclusive organization takes more than committing words to paper. It takes connected conversation, engagement, and actionable steps. During this session, participants will examine the stress points in their organizational efforts to create a sustainable organizational culture that not only values diversity, equity and inclusion but cultivates it into practice.

The session leads participants through structured conversations and exercises, allowing them to assess their organizational journey of embedding DEIJB into organizational practice, identify themes and root causes impacting the effectiveness of inclusion initiatives, while also building actionable steps and strategies based on the strengths, diverse backgrounds, experiences, skills and the passions of their organization’s workforce.

At the conclusion of the workshop, each organization will have a toolkit of processes and strategies that support the sustainable implementation of DEIJB into the culture, priorities and practices of the organization and the work done to fulfill their organizational mission.

SKU: N/A Category: Audience: This program has universal appeal and value

Event Location

Date: June 07th, 2023

Location: N/A - Online


Member $75
Non-Member $90


  • Roshawnda Washington

    Roshawnda obtained a Master of Social Work with a concentrated study in Community Organization, Planning and Administration from the University of Southern California. Working with nonprofit and community organizations following the completion of her degree, she has experience in program development, implementation and evaluation as well as building volunteer initiatives and programming as it pertains to community activism.

    Currently Roshawnda works with Dow Chemical Company in the Delaware Valley as their Volunteer Program Manager. In this role she works closely with the Dow Foundation board to engage community and nonprofit organizations around the Delaware Valley and across the United States. Partnering

  • Michael Matthews

    Michael Matthews is the founder and principal member of Panache 5 consulting, specializing in development, training, and project management for nonprofits and public health initiatives actively engaging youth, families and community residents and start-up businesses. He previously was associate director of the Neighborhood League Institute in Cleveland, which develops grassroots resident leadership that strengthens communities by improving the quality of life for urban underserved residents.  He was also director of MyCom, a youth development network that brings together over 750 partners in 17 neighborhoods in Ohio.

    Michael received his BA and Masters of Liberal Studies from the University of Miami, Florida