Highlights from our 23rd Annual Diversity & Inclusion Conference
03 October, 2019 | (01 hr)
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Join top talent professionals from Expedia Group and Southern California Edison as they discuss how to build a more inclusive workforce culture.
Over the past year, there has been a significant increase in employee and customer concern over issues surrounding immigration, race, gender expression, and faith. During our 23rd Annual Diversity & Inclusion Conference, business leaders gathered to discuss how to address these issues and build a workplace environment where everyone feels they can contribute and belong.
During this webcast, our expert panel will discuss:
- What role do leaders play in creating belonging? And, how is it possible to weave everyone’s unique story into a culture where everyone belongs?
- Why is having a global allyship program a critical component to creating a more inclusive culture? How did Expedia implement an allyship program in its current strategy?
- What challenges can D&I practitioners expect to face in the coming year? How can D&I become the bridge to the future?
Who Should Attend: Practitioners involved with or interested in diversity & inclusion, employee engagement, and workplace culture.
Zachary Rubinstein is an experienced Diversity Educator and Communications specialist with a demonstrated history of working in Higher Education, Health Care, and the Technology field. Zack is skilled in Community Engagement, Program Management, Facilitated D...Full Bio
Kristen Weber is a traveler, a culture changer, and Diversity & Inclusion program developer at Expedia Group, one of the world’s largest online travel companies. She has direct experience as a woman in technology, coupled with expertise leading diversity, equity, and inclusion initiativ...Full Bio
Liji Thomas is the Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Southern California Edison (SCE), a Fortune 250 company at the forefront of creating the clean energy future.
Liji began her career lobbying on Capitol Hill for an increase in housi...Full Bio
Amy Ye is a human capital researcher at The Conference Board. Her current research projects focus on employee engagement, leadership development, talent management, and strategic human resources. Amy worked as Human Resources/Organizational Development interns in healthcare and financial services...Full Bio