Dates: October 18-20, 2022
Location: Wellspring Manor & Spa, Washington, D.C. Metro Region


Dr. Antonio Cortes

Antonio Cortes, PhD Headshot

Dr. Rachael Forester

Dr. Rachael Forester Headshot - Nonprofit HR

 

Bryan W. Jackson, MA

Bryan W. Jackson Headshot - Nonprofit HR

Dr. Antonio Cortes leads Nonprofit HR’s EDIJ practice as an Industrial/Organizational and Business Psychologist with extensive experience in the nonprofit sector. In his current role, he provides strategic and operational leadership to the EDIJ practice area. Areas of support include organizational equity assessments to uncover oversights in operations which lead to inequities; strategy development to solve unique organizational issues in the EDIJ space; global application of EDIJ concepts for multinational organizations; and training on topics such as Building a Business Case for EDIJ, Implicit (unconscious) Bias, Microaggressions and other core areas. See Antonio’s full bio.

Dr. Rachael Forester provides subject matter expert advice, insight and strategic direction to clients. She oversees complex client engagements, manages projects to completion, and designs and facilitates EDIJ training solutions and assessment services for partners and stakeholders. Prior to Nonprofit HR, Rachael did equity work in higher education for over a decade. Most recently, Rachael served as the Associate Director of the Office of Identity, Equity and Engagement at UNC Charlotte. As a critical whiteness scholar, Rachael’s research includes understanding and deconstructing whiteness to promote racial equity. See Rachael’s full bio.

Bryan W. Jackson, MA, provides subject matter expert advice, insight and strategic direction to clients. He oversees complex client engagements, manages projects to completion, and designs and facilitates EDIJ training solutions and assessment services to partners and stakeholders. As a passionate trainer and driven operations and people leader, Bryan has worked with the Washington Nationals baseball team, Arlington Public Library System and the Alexandria Department of Human Services. His expertise is grounded in assessing and developing policies, resources and programs to promote principles and practices of justice, diversity, equity and inclusion within organizations and beyond. See Bryan’s full bio.


This event is being facilitated by Nonprofit HR’s Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Justice (EDIJ) practice.

Our experiences working with social impact organizations of all sizes have informed how we work
with our clients across missions, locations, size and purposes. Sometimes knowing where and how to embark
on your organization’s work in diversity, equity and inclusion can be the hardest step. It is not uncommon for
nonprofits, associations, philanthropists and social enterprises to struggle with where to
begin their EDIJ journeys and how to shepherd in a more just organization.
Learn more about our EDIJ practice!