Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

As part of our chapter’s strong commitment to foster a culture of inclusion and equity, IREM San Diego is putting together a task force to establish the development of a sustainable Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) initiative.  

We recognize that strength comes from diversity.  We value differences and provide an equal opportunity environment for members, vendors, and staff. We welcome individuals of all races, ages, genders, gender identities, sexual orientations, creeds, national origins, and individuals with disabilities, and we take great pride in how our members, chapters, and staff uplift their communities through diversity initiatives. We stand with our members, partners, employees, and communities as we all work to understand and overcome injustices.

While diversity is, and always has been a core value, we know that we still have work to do. We’ll continue to audit, listen, and engage to create meaningful and sustainable change.

The DEI Task Force will act as the chapter's think tank and discuss pathways to a strategic plan that will bring emphasis to its DEI efforts.

Our Invitation to You

As part of our chapter’s strong commitment to foster a culture of inclusion and equity, IREM San Diego is putting together a task force to establish the development of a sustainable Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) initiative.  

The DEI Task Force will act as the chapter's think tank and discuss pathways to a strategic plan that will bring emphasis to its DEI efforts.

This is a magnificent journey and we are inviting you to join the ride. 

The Commitment

The will be six (6) virtual meetings (1 hour per meeting) for the initial commitment.  

The task force will be divided to subgroups to focus on gathering and refining ideas on the following topics:  

  • Work Stream 1:Develop a DEI vision statement for the chapter
  • Work Stream 2:Propose learning, training and development objectives and plans
  • Work Stream 3:Create partnerships, relationships and recurring objectives and high level plans
  • Work Stream 4: Identify processes and systems that impeded or promote DEI within IREM. Propose review and redesign. 

 

The Experience

You will be a work stream designer.

Expect for your voice to be heard.

Expect for your ideas to be fairly weighed and considered.

Expect for your contributions to become a part of a vision.

Please simply respond to this invitation by clicking the button below.

The first meeting for the Task Force will be on March 3, 2021 at 11:00 am. 

We look forward to having you there!

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