How to Evaluate and Sustain a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee in Your Organization
Monday, November 7, 2022
Noon – 1 p.m.
1 Access to Justice CLE credit (pending)
Location: Virtual – Zoom
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (“DEI”) Committees are becoming more prevalent across organizations. However, once a DEI Committee is in place, there is still work to be done to ensure that the Committee is sustaining momentum and engaging in work in a meaningful way.
Please join us for this one hour CLE, as we learn from our speaker, Lillian Tsai, about evaluating a DEI Committee in your firm or organization. Lillian will discuss saboteurs to an effective DEI Committee, as well as strategies for success.
We encourage you to register for this CLE together with another person in your firm or organization. We hope that you can work together to process and implement some of the strategies for success that we will learn in this CLE.
The first 60 registrants to register by October 31, 2022 will receive a food delivery gift card for lunch. You will receive the Zoom link and presentation materials in a separate email prior to the CLE.
More about Lillian Tsai:
Award winner Lillian A. Tsai has worked with dozens of organizations on cross-cultural fluency, intercultural communications, diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging (DEIB) since 2003. This includes: assessments of organizational DEI effectiveness, design of strategic DEI programs, jump starting and sustaining DEI committees, team interventions, conflict resolution, training and facilitation, executive coaching and professional development of leaders, managers and front-line employees from all backgrounds and cultures around the world.
Ms. Tsai’s strengths lie in the ability to understand and bridge gaps between cultural (organizational, team and individual) differences as a result of her lived experiences as an immigrant and working inside and with myriad local, regional, national and global organizations for more than 35 years. She has worked with clients from architecture, construction, corrections, education, energy, finance, food, city, county, state and federal government, healthcare, law, law enforcement, real estate, sportswear, and technology.
In the legal field, she has worked with the Association of Legal Administrators, Larkins, Vacura, Kayser, the National Crime Victims Law Institute, and the Oregon State Bar.
This program is free but registration is required.
Participants must register by noon on Friday, November 4 to access the event. The program link will be sent to registrants on November 4.
Note: please make sure to click “Register” then click on “View Cart” at the top right of your screen, then click “Checkout” in order to make sure your registration is complete. If you do not receive an automated email confirmation and receipt then you did not register correctly, contact the CLE service center for assistance.
We will be applying for 1 Access to Justice credit.
For questions regarding the Zoom meeting link please contact Megan Oshiro.
For registration questions, please contact the OSB CLE Service Center at (503) 431-6413, (800) 452-8260, ext. 413, or via email.
Registration questions? Please call the OSB CLE Service Center at (503) 431-6413 or (800) 452-8260, ext. 413.
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