What does it look like to practice and lead equity and inclusion within our nonprofits? How do we transcend histories of bias and privilege that create disparate outcomes in society and in the nonprofit sector?
The Equity & Inclusion Leaders Network (EILN) provides regular learning opportunities, tangible tools and strategies, and a chance to engage in direct and honest conversations about how to lead, integrate, and practice equity, inclusion, and systemic change within your organization. We encourage nonprofit staff, board members, and volunteers to attend.
All sessions take place at Ecotrust Conference Center in downtown Portland from 8 to 10 a.m. Extended sessions (*) are from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Advanced registration is required for all events. Click on an event below to register.
|September 08*||Leading for Equity: Increasing Awareness & Knowledge|
|October 13*||Leading for Equity: Taking Action & Changing Behavior|
|November 10*||Leading for Equity: Changing & Transforming Systems|
|February 02 (Rescheduled from January 12)||Creating Safe Conversations to Advance the Work of Diversity, Inclusion & Equity|
|February 09||Stop Tokenizing Me: How to Be Diverse & Inclusive in Your Marketing|
|April 13||Creative Conflict Resolution in a Multicultural Workplace|
|May 11||Leading for Equity: A Funder's Perspective|
|July 13||Responding to Microaggressions|
Attend the Series as a Member Pass Holder
Are you a NAO Member? Join the EILN series as a Member Pass Holder! Your Member Pass includes a package of 10 seats to use at any network session in your area. Use your Member Pass to:
- Attend the EILN series
- Bring a friend or colleague
- Engage your entire team, including board members, volunteers, and staff
- Access a wider variety of professional development opportunities, including the Nonprofit Leaders Network & Nonprofit Fiscal Managers Association
- And more!
$200 (10 Seats)
Member Passes are available for Members Only, log in or join today!
Thank You Sponsors
Principles & Practices
NAO has partnered with Independent Sector to disseminate the Principles for Good Governance & Ethical Practice as a means to provide sector-wide best practices to support self-regulation among actors in the charitable sector. Network sessions will draw on the 33 Principles and delve into specific principles if appropriate to the topic.
Not sure if this series is right for you? Want to know more about the Member Pass? Call our Training Coordinator at 503-239-4001, ext. 123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.