Fridays Online 9/22/2017: Diversity & Work Culture

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Fridays Online: Getting Serious About Diversity



When: Friday, September 22, 2017 from 12:00-1:30PM
Where: Online via Zoom video conference link


Fridays Online: Given our chapter's large geographic area, this series aims to gather members and colleagues online during the lunch hour to share ideas, build knowledge and network. The sessions have a nominal fee of $4 for chapter members. We use Zoom video conference, which is a platform where you can see everyone else online in real time (half the fun).

Fee: $4 for AFP Golden Gate Members, $40 for General Community
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DESCRIPTION

This session follows up our July Forum on Hiring and Keeping A Diverse, Inclusive Team. Nonprofit organizations committed to creating an inclusive culture must internalize the answer to the question: Why is diversity important to your organization? Commitment to creating a culturally competent organization begins with awareness, acknowledgment from leadership, and an organizational plan and strategy. How do you build a culture where employees internalize their understanding of privilege and race, and have courageous conversations? From implicit bias to microaggressions, diversity in all its forms is critical if we are to meet the needs of our stakeholders and truly advance the mission of our organizations. You are warmly invited to this engaging and interactive conversation about organizational readiness as it relates to diversity, inclusion and equity. 

PRESENTER

Angelique S.C. Grant, PhD, Senior Consultant, Aspen Leadership Group is a Senior Consultant with the Aspen Leadership Group. She lives in Miami and met AFP Golden Gate when she attended our July Forum on Hiring & Keeping A Diverse, Inclusive Team. Dr. Grant has working in university advancement for over 23 years, most recently serving as the Assistant Vice President for Development at Florida International University where oversaw the fundraising efforts for eight colleges and museums--and responsible for over $30 million annually during the university's $750 million campaign. Prior, she served as the College of Medicine's Assistant Vice President of Development and Assistant Dean of Medical Advancement at FIU, where she led a development team, and implemented a comprehensive fundraising program for this new College.

A university advancement veteran, Dr. Grant has held fundraising positions at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine, Princeton University, and Washing State University, raising over $100 million in her career. The Fulbright Scholar was a communications instructor at Washington State, and adjunct faculty member at University of Miami. She has expertise in medical development fundraising, building teams, and strategic development. She holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration specializing in Institutional Advancement, a M.A. in Communications from Washington State, and a B.S. in Journalism from Florida A&M.



When
9/22/2017 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

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