This session will provide participants with an overview of what the terms diversity, equity and inclusion mean and what they look like specifically in Hawaiʻi’s context. Attendees will learn how both individuals and organizations can be thinking about their role in creating change and transformation both personally and systemically on these issues using a diversity, equity and inclusion lens.
The session is 45-minutes with 15 minutes for Q&A.
The presenter would like to customize this session to the participants’ needs, so please tell us what you are hoping to learn from this webinar by going to this link. Mahalo!
About our speaker:
Kuʻulani Keohokalole, M.A., blends both her unique understanding of Hawai’i’s cultural context, history and place with her knowledge and experience in organizational development to help organizations achieve their systemic transformation goals. With a background in Ethnic Studies from UH Mānoa, her undergraduate work focused on the histories of marginalized communities in Hawai’i, telling “our history, our way.” Coupled with a certificate in Women’s Studies, she has a strong foundation in racial and gender equity and social justice. Kuʻulani holds a Master’s degree from New York University in Education Leadership, Politics and Advocacy, focusing primarily on working in and with communities of color to organize for social change in institutions.
People Strategies Hawaiʻi, founded by Kuʻulani, was born from her desire to grow the capacity of organizations to foster good, community- and people-oriented leaders. We work with Hawai’i organizations, from small to large, who are looking to create systemic change around the ways that they recruit, engage, and employ people to achieve their mission. Kuʻulani is one of Pacific Business News’s “40 Under 40” 2020, and serves as the President of the Association for Talent Development Hawai’i Chapter.
Thursday, December 3, 2020
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Approved for 1.0 general credit with SHRM & HRCI.
This webinar will not be recorded.
HEC Members: Free