Reaching a wider community is essential to the sustainability of a not-for-profit organization. But, how do we accomplish such a feat in a region that has a large geographical area, includes Canada's sixth largest city, an extremely diverse community, and a regional population of over 1.2 million?
This workshop presents a solution. It may be as easy as making your Board inclusive of the community it serves. This is an excellent workshop that will provide you with guidelines to both assess and develop your organizational leadership with a diversity lens.
Date: January 31, 2018
Time: 6 pm to 9 pm
Registration: 5:45 pm to 6:15 pm
Meals: Dinner will be provided
Delivery Method: In-Class Workshop
Venue: Community Door (Board Rooms), 7700 Hurontario Street, Unit 601, Brampton, ON L6Y 4M3 (Click here for the map)
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- Identify and define core concepts of diversity and inclusion,
- Evaluate your own board and organization using common criteria,
- Identify some of the barriers to diversity and inclusion that exist in your board or organization,
- Develop a plan for integrating diversity and inclusion into the structure and vision of your board.
- Current Board Members
- Those who are thinking of becoming Board Members
- Executive Directors/Heads of Not-for-profit Organizations
- Leaders of Volunteers responsible for Board Member recruitment
Lori Brotherton, CSR-P
Lori is the Outreach and Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator at DiverseCity onBoard with a focus on the Greater Toronto Area. She is a key ambassador for the DiverseCity onBoard program ensuring high-value engagement and program promotion. She develops, maintains and strengthens relationships with key stakeholders, students, and partner organizations.
Previously, Lori worked at the Canadian Board Diversity Council where she led the governance education portfolio, which included research into current emerging trends in governance and overseeing the development and inclusion of diversity-focused curriculum into the educational materials. She has spent over a decade in the private and not-for-profit sector holding a variety of roles in diversity, communications, corporate philanthropy, and strategy. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto in Women’s Studies and Cultural Anthropology and calls Mississauga home.
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