Global Diversity and Inclusion Conference (Virtual)
The Global Diversity and Inclusion Conference will explore how schools and organizations can build a culture of belonging and ensure they are delivering learning that fits the cultural landscape in which they operate. By developing culturally appropriate curriculum and adopting a culturally appropriate lens on our work, strategy, mission, teaching, and research, we can increase the accessibility and inclusivity of higher education.
Bring Your Team! Use the promotional code DIC2021 to receive 200 USD off every third and additional attendee from your organization.
Keynote I: Developing DEIB Policy with a Pluralistic Outlook
How does an organization ensure its governance and DEIB strategy is appropriate and sensitive to its context? This session will share how others are successfully squaring policy with a pluralistic culture.
Provost and VP of Academic Affairs,
Founder and Executive
of Boys to Men foundation, and
Chairmanof the Board of WimBiz
Santiago Iñiguez de Onzoño
Executive President, IE University
Registrants will automatically gain access to subsequent regional virtual forums in February and March 2022.
Join us to learn how others are approaching diversity with courage, curiosity, respect, and a sense of urgency as we seek to understand and be understood.
Who Should Attend
Chief diversity officers, chief operating officers, social media coordinators, career coaches, multicultural advisors, DE&I specialists, university administrators, faculty, and staff responsible for diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging initiatives and those who seek to make positive social change at their organizations.
*For the purposes of this chart, only single job titles/roles were considered. Some attendees hold more than one title.
"Many times people shy away from having 'the tough conversations.' As educators, we need to breakaway from that discomfort and create a space for our learners to self-reflect, self-interrogate, and above all, ask questions! The 2020 Global Diversity and Inclusion Summit provided that space for participants. Personal stories were shared (cultural humility) and steps to actively engage in using DEI to disrupt and dismantle constraints were discussed. I left the Summit feeling energized and inspired."
—Ramina W. Benjamin, Ed.D., MBA Director of Accreditation Nova Southeastern University
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