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In today’s world, the language surrounding diversity, equality and inclusion is ever-changing and expanding. In this session, we’ll take a look at commonly used terms and acronyms (and some that are not so commonly used) to understand exactly what they mean and what they mean to the communities they represent. We’ll have guided discussion and dialog about how best to educate employees on these words and their impact and how normalizing this language can lead to a more inclusive working environment.
About the Presenter
Danielle Mundekis was born and raised in New York City. After graduating from Oberlin College, she became an Admissions Associate/Assistant Director of Admissions for the Ethical Culture Fieldston School. There, she honed her skills for discerning best-fit candidates and practices. In 2013 she relocated to Pittsburgh to work for Shady Side Academy in the President’s Office, where she helped develop and hone numerous practices and policies, with an emphasis on human resources. After four years, she left Shady Side Academy to work with Eckert Seamans, where she is currently employed as the firm’s Employee Relations & Inclusion Manager. She focuses her career on best practices in HR with particular focus on Diversity, Equality and Inclusion. Danielle is currently in the process of completing a CCDP-AP from Cornell University and has served in the PHRA as the chair of Learning and Professional Development Committee since 2019.
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Cancellation Policy: Written cancellations received on or before Friday, July 31, 2020 will receive a full refund. No refunds will be given after July 31.. Substitutes are welcome with advance written notice.