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Speak Up: Amplifying the Voices of IT Professionals

Multi-generational workforces are popping up in a wide array of industries, including IT. When working with people of different ages, managers and team members should capitalize on each…

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Keynote: Uplifting Impact

Drawing upon her two leadership books, Actions Speak Louder and Purposeful Hustle, Deanna Singh, will lead audience members through a process to move past the status quo and help lead the charge.…

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When You Assume, You Make A (Bleep) Out Of You And Me: How To Evaluate Your Assumptions And Reduce Bias In Your Decisions

Making assumptions is human nature. We store information in our brains about a topic and recall that information when the topic comes up. Then, we may translate it as a fact. Doing so creates an…

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Transforming Limiting Beliefs in Times of Change

As we navigate these times of uncertainty and change it is both helpful and important to have practices that help us to access our clear, creative, and open-minded thinking and enable us to act…

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Welcome and Keynote: Lending Privilege

Opening Remarks from Conference Co-chairs Felipe Gacharna and Theo Howard Welcome from Lois Brooks, Chief Information Officer and Vice Provost for UW-Madison Information Technology Keynote…

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Creative Writing to Envision a Future Full of IDEAs

We invite the audience to engage with a series of creative writing prompts to envision worlds with fewer barriers to Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Justice. What is different in…

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Get Up And Start Dancing: Creating Psychologically Safe Spaces To Foster Inclusion

If diversity is being invited to the party, and inclusion is being asked to dance, as Vernā Myers said, then there’s still a sense that the powerful do the “inviting” and…

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Inclusive Leadership With CDW

Former consultants and current leaders and technologists Beth Hill and Yuliya Slesareva discuss their career journey at CDW Corporation, a multi-brand provider of technology solutions to customers in…

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Inclusive and Equitable Recruitment Practices- Reframing Criteria

Reading a job description is often the first impression someone may have with an organization. Some applicants may look at the description and see a laundry list of requirements and have a vague…

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The Value of Values- Building a Person-Focused Work Culture

Building workplace culture is easy. So easy, we often end up doing it without even meaning to – and not always the way we’d like! Using the example of DoIT Academic Technology’s…

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The Diversity Framework, The Wisconsin Experience, And Your Work

We don’t have to reinvent the wheel to support campus missions. This session will workshop a way to align our day-to-day work with campus strategic frameworks. John Martin will share an example…

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A Fireside Chat with Karen Catlin, author of Better Allies

Gender inequality is part of a long list of statistics that show how the imbalance of power in the workplace affects culture, social structure, and economics and is one of the key focuses of UW…

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2021 Charlotte Zolotow Lecture by Christopher Myers

On September 30, 2021, author/artist Christopher Myers delivered the 2021 Charlotte Zolotow Lecture, entitled "What Is Your Water? Establishing a Lingua Franca in Community Literatures."…

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L&S Alumni Recommendations: Diversity, Multicultural Competence, and Social Justice

In this video, hear from several L&S alumni and their thoughts about the benefits of diverse organizations, ways to develop multicultural competence and advocate for social justice. This…

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Defining Your Career Path

Ben Deutsch '85, Vice President of Corporate Communication at the Coca-Cola Company, began his career as a sports reporter after earning a Journalism degree from UW Madison. Mr. Deutsch…

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