Speakers: Isaac E. Hernandez and Nikita Pearson
THUS. 12:10 PM - 12:55 PM
Most organizations have a diversity and inclusion plan. But are they impactful?
The magnitude of the racial equality and social justice movement of 2020 has prompted employers to reimagine their approaches to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Many companies are looking to their employees for input to confront persistent challenges that hinder equitable hiring practices, employee engagement and advancement, and business activities.
The FDIC’s commitment to DEI is not just a strategy - it’s the heart of the agency’s mission and impacts everything it does as an organization. To ensure the continuance of its shared commitment to advance, the FDIC is moving beyond merely checking a box. It is leading with accountability and social responsibility to develop transformative, authentic and action able diversity, equity and inclusion strategies. Learn from two FDIC executives on what the agency is currently doing to collectively reshape the infrastructure so that it reflects a shared commitment to advance.
- Learn what tangible actions you can take to collectively move your organization forward
- Understand how to facilitate meaningful conversations to identify and reduce barriers toward achieving genuine inclusive practices
- Discover ways to develop this knowledge within context of your professional sphere of influence