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.

2017-2018 Schedule

All sessions take place at Ecotrust Conference Center in downtown Portland from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Advanced registration is required for all events. Click on an event below to register.

November 09 Navigating Race in the Workplace and Learning to Take Action: A Critical Conversation with Michael Alexander
December 14 Immigration Reform or Lack Thereof: The Social and Economic Impact on the Mexican American Community
January 11 Lessons on Equity, Diversity & Loyalty through the Stories of Unsung Heroes
February 08 Conflict in the Workplace: Introduction to Tools and Analysis Rooted in Racial Equity
April 12 Organizational Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Why Do It? Where to Start? Are You Ready?
May 03 NAO's Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Framework
June 14 Strategies for Being an Effective Ally

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Principles and Practices for Effective
Nonprofits in Oregon

The nonprofit sector plays a critical role in society. Nonprofits are essential to the well-being and vibrancy of our communities. While doing great mission-driven work, nonprofits must also be equipped to operate their organizations effectively and efficiently. NAO has developed Principles and Practices for Effective Nonprofits in Oregon – proven ethical, legal, equitable and effective best practice resources that nonprofits can access and use to guide their work. These Principles and Practices for Effective Nonprofits in Oregon embed Independent Sector’s Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practice and contextualize them to Oregon. Resources available in the Principles and Practices for Effective Nonprofits in Oregon include curated and created materials. Learn more.

Not sure if this series is right for you? Call our Training Coordinator at 503-239-4001, ext. 123 or email training@nonprofitoregon.org.