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Dwinita Mosby Tyler: “Allyship: Leading with Collective Work in Mind” (Online)
August 22, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Notice: Due to the approach of Hurricane Henri, in-person attendance for this week is cancelled. Please join us on Zoom!
In this Zoom presentation, Dr. Tyler will provide a roadmap for leading, working, and serving with “allyship” in mind. According to Wikipedia, “Allyship is the practice of emphasizing social justice, inclusion, and human rights by members of an ingroup to advance the interests of an oppressed or marginalized outgroup. Allyship is part of the anti-oppression or anti-racist conversation, which puts into use social justice theories and ideals.” Dr. Tyler will provide tips, techniques, barriers, and future-thinking strategies to advance a system where collectiveness is the norm.
Dr. Dwinita Mosby Tyler is the Chief Catalyst and Founder of The Equity Project, an organization designed to support organizations and communities in building diversity, equity and inclusion strategies; and The HR Shop, a human resources firm that supports non-profits and small businesses. She is the former Senior Vice President and Chief Inclusion Officer for Children’s Hospital Colorado, the first African American woman to hold that position in the organization’s 100+ year history. Dr. Tyler is also the former Executive Director of the Office of Human Resources for the City and County of Denver, the first African American woman to hold that position in the 63+ year history of the agency. She holds a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership, a Master of Arts degree in Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Education, is accredited by the Georgetown University National Center for Cultural Competence, and holds a Cornell University Diversity & Inclusion certification. Dr. Tyler is nationally recognized for her equity work with non-profit, community, government, and corporate organizations.
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Presider: Barbara Carlsen
Shared Charity: Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E.
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