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Nonprofit Excellence Series: Building a Business Case for Diversity - Shared screen with speaker view
Patrice Palmer
31:41
What does a diverse workforce look like?Would you describe your workplace as diverse?How are you measuring your diversity? Can that be translated into a dollar amount?What’s the difference between looking diverse and being diverse?
ally eden
32:16
¿Cómo se ve una fuerza laboral diversa?¿Describiría su lugar de trabajo como diverso?¿Cómo mides tu diversidad? ¿Puede eso traducirse en una cantidad en dólares?¿Cuál es la diferencia entre lucir diverso y ser diverso?
JR (she/her)
33:19
To me, a diverse workforce is a variety of people from different ages/generations, gender identities, ethnicities, religious beliefs, abilities, socioeconomic status, immigrant status, family size, and more!
Heather Vesgaard
33:20
I guess to me, it means diverse culturally and ethnically but also in age, gender identity, lens/perspective based on experience and even in personality characteristics and styles.
Valerie White
33:43
I think diversity is having people of different races, gender, religion and sexual orientation throughout your organization from entry-level roles to leadership roles. The population you serve should reflect within your organization.
Serena Thomas
33:57
I think it is more about wanting diverse viewpoints. The most obvious way to see this is with what looks diverse.
Heather Vesgaard
34:12
My space is very diverse in some ways but not as diverse, particularly in race and ethnicity. we're a relatively small team.
JR (she/her)
47:13
Shout out to all the mixed kid millennials!!
Gloria (She/Ella)
01:09:30
I have another meeting to attend. I truly appreciate all the knowledge that was shared here today. Have a good weekend!
JR (she/her)
01:11:44
We will send a follow up email to all those who registered and will include Patrice’s contact info as well!
David Rout
01:11:57
Thank you Patrice, that was wonderful
Lauren Leary (she, her) UWLC
01:12:01
Thank you Patrice!!!! You are fantastic.
Annette Zacharias
01:12:03
Awesome! Thanks Patrice!
Amanda Sammartino
01:12:06
Thank you for sharing your valuable insights and information with us!
JR (she/her)
01:12:06
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Heather Vesgaard
01:12:28
Thanks for hosting UW and thank you Patrice for sharing your knowledge.
Linda Nuss
01:12:29
Thank you so much! It WAS incredible and will listen again as the recording becomes available.
Patrice Palmer
01:12:46
papalmer5276@gmail.com reach out I'm also on LinkedIn Patrice M Palmer
JR (she/her)
01:12:49
We also have one more training as part of our Advancing Equity Series - check it out: https://uwaylc.org/post/Nonprofit-Excellence-Series-Advancing-Equity-in-Larimer-County