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Creating an Inclusive Environment for Diverse Populations

The Urgency of Awareness: Creating an Inclusive Environment for Diverse Populations

Wednesday, May 29th, 2024
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The Chelan Douglas Community Action Council invites you to attend Urgency of Awareness: Creating an Inclusive Environment for Diverse Populations, a day long training program led by international presenter Jodi Pfarr in which attendees will learn how to work effectively with diverse populations.

In today’s diverse work, our professional and personal experiences often require us to work effectively with diverse populations – whether that diversity is economic, racial, gender, etc. This unique training will allow participants to become conscious of, and better understand their personal experiences while also being open to the complexities of other’s experiences. It empowers leadership to tap into talent regardless of background, and acknowledges and spans those diverse backgrounds. Participants will leave with a very practical understanding of how to work effectively with diverse populations, helping them better manage, supervise or volunteer within their organizations or communities. This training is intended to be a framework upon which initiatives are built to
ensure inclusivity.

Questions about this seminar? Please reach out to alanw@cdcac.org

Wenatchee Convention Center
121 North Wenatchee Ave.
Wenatchee, WA 98801

Keynote Presenter: Jodi Pfarr
www.jpfarr.com

Fee: $135.00 Per Attendee- Includes an outstanding seminar,
Jodi’s book, coffee, tea and lunch!

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Wenatchee Convention Center
121 N Wenatchee Ave
Wenatchee, WA 98801 United States
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