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May 18, 2023 - Ethical Diversity Statements: Creating a Statement that Demonstrates Your DEI Values, Knowledge and Commitment
Nissi's Entertainment Venue & Event Center
1455 Coal Creek Dr Unit T
Lafayette, Colorado 80026
720-535-7113

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Thursday, May 18, 2023, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM MST
Category: BAHRA Events

JOIN BAHRA FOR "ETHICAL DIVERSITY:
STATEMENTS THAT DEMONSTRATES YOUR DEI VAULE, KNOWLEDGE AND COMMITMENT" 
presented by Emily Perry of the University of Colorado

WHEN: Thursday, May 18, 2023
11:30 am -  Check-in, Networking and lunch
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm - Program
NEW LOCATION: Nissi's Entertainment Venue & Event Center

1455 Coal Creek Dr., Unit T, Lafayette, CO  80026

SPONSORED BY:
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Program Summary:
Diversity statements are a key element of business communications for stakeholders, customers/clients, and employees. However, writing an ethical diversity statement that acknowledges the past, present, and future is not an easy feat. During this presentation, you will feel empowered to write/update a diversity statement that reflects the diversity, equity, and inclusion values your organization holds. You will also learn to express the DEI commitments you hold ethically and authentically. 
Attendees will learn: 
 •  Tools to write an impactful diversity statement that accurately represents the organization's values, knowledge, and commitment to DEI.
 •  How to understand their ethical responsibility in writing a diversity statement that does not "bait and switch" stakeholders, customers/clients, and employees
About the Speaker:
Emily Perry headshotEmily Perry is a professional academic advisor for the program of Environmental Design at the University of Colorado Boulder. She is the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access liaison for the lower division advising team and is an active ally in the Environmental Design Diverse Scholars group. Previously, Emily has held positions within the Colorado Community College System supporting students with disabilities, ensuring students’ civil rights were met, and educating faculty and staff in the following areas: implicit bias, anti-racism, intersectionality, trauma-informed care, and empathy-driven practices.
Emily has a B.A.A. in Women’s Studies and Family Studies from Central Michigan University. She also has a M.Ed. in Higher Education Leadership from Oakland University and has been dedicated to advocating for students with a diverse range of needs, strengths, and opportunities since 2017. Emily has hundreds of hours of training in trauma-informed care, resiliency, crisis management, and empathy through her previous roles at 24/7 crisis line services and domestic violence safehouse shelters. 
Emily currently serves as the chair for the Colorado-Wyoming Association of Higher Education and Disability. She also leads the special interest group for Intersectionality, Inclusion, and Equity. This group is currently researching the positive impacts of going beyond what is deemed accessible by the ADA and leading with equity-based practices in the disability field.

Recertification Credit: This program has been submitted for 1 hour of both HRCI and SHRM Certification credits.
Cost: $35 for BAHRA Members; $60 for Guests
(Members of another CO-SHRM Chapter such as MILE HIGH SHRM, NCHRA, etc may attend BAHRA events at the member price.  Enter the discount code of “COSHRM” when you register.)
REGISTER HERE
Please remember that BAHRA only accepts payment by credit card.   For registration questions, please contact us at [email protected]
Deadline to register is the Monday at midnight before the event. 
 
Cancellation Policy:  BAHRA no longer offers refunds on cancellations.  If you have questions, please contact us at [email protected]
PHOTO/VIDEO RELEASE: By attending this event, photographs and videos of the event and individuals will be public and possibly used in future marketing for the Boulder Area Human Resource Association and its Associates. 
NOTE: The opinions and information provided by Boulder Area Human Resource Association event speakers are strictly those of the speakers.  BAHRA does not necessarily endorse their opinions and has not independently verified the information presented. 

For more information:
Email: [email protected]