Mid-Atlantic Facilitators Network
As facilitators committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ), we’re often put in the position of persuading our clients to consider DEIJ in our projects with them. Making a business case for including DEIJ can mean the difference between work that integrates equity from the start, and struggling to tack on equity late in the process. Join us for a conversation with Rene Bryce-Laporte drawing upon his years of experience in helping clients see the value of DEIJ . Rene will share tips and best practices - and please bring your own tips, challenges, and questions to this lively discussion!
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For over 25 years, Rene Bryce-Laporte has worked to help disadvantaged people and communities find social and economic opportunity. He has worked with non-profit organizations, for-profit companies, educational institutions and government agencies to help people earn more, keep more of what they earn and grow assets for the long-term. He has helped organizations with board and staff development, strategic planning and diversity, equity and inclusion efforts. Facilitation has been a key part of his programmatic work throughout his career.. Learn more about Rene at http://www.bryce-laporte.com/
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