July 22, 2020 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Advancing your diversity, equity, and inclusion practices will result in an organization that makes a greater impact because all employees feel valued, included, and empowered to succeed. In this session, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of how taking a strategic approach to strengthening your DEI practices will yield a more committed and productive workforce and a more successful organization.

During this session, you will understand why:

– Language Matters

– The DEI Journey: What Is Your What? What is Your Why?

– Valued, Included, and Empowered: The Power of Business Case for DEI

– Integrating Diversity & Inclusion Into Talent Practices Is Critical


Lisa Brown Alexander
Founder and CEO
Nonprofit HR

About Lisa:

Lisa is the President and CEO of Nonprofit HR. Under her direction, Nonprofit HR has served some of the most prominent organizations in the country, including Amnesty International, Independent Sector and NeighborWorks America. With more than two decades of human resource management experience working with nonprofits and for-profit organizations, Lisa and her firm have proven that better HR can play an integral role in nonprofit success.

Nonprofits have benefited from her wealth of knowledge and experience to make their people-driven initiatives successful. She believes if an organization can strengthen its internal HR capacity, it can better serve the community and those in need. Lisa brings these beliefs to every engagement, and inspires nonprofit leaders to strengthen their most important asset: their people. See full bio.



Hear more from Lisa Brown Alexander before the event! 

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America and Americans have been challenged to acknowledge the unresolved, centuries-old crises of race, racism and racial inequity. George Floyd’s murder at the hands of those paid to serve and protect him, and the nation’s response to it, has caused us to once again face the ugly truths of police brutality, inequity and injustice lived daily by Black people all across this nation, and around the world. Even more tragic and heartbreaking is that there were and will be more victims like George Floyd.