The Florida Diversity Council hosted its 2016 Diversity Best Practices series in its four local chapters throughout the 3rd quarter on the dates below:

  • South Florida – June 9th
  • Tampa Bay – July 15th
  • Orlando – September 16th
  • Jacksonville – September 23rd

 
The purpose of this initiative is to promote the importance of diversity and inclusion efforts in the workplace. Some of the primary learning objectives for the meetings are to hear live case studies from two companies that have successfully implemented diversity & inclusion programs locally; discuss the talent cycle and strategies to aid in recruitment, retention, and development of employees; and learn about effective interventions that improve diversity engagement in the workplace and result in business integration and sustainability. In addition, the meetings offered continuing education credits for human resources professionals.

Speakers by location:

South Florida:
University of Miami – John Square, Manager, Office of Workplace Equity & Performance
Chrysalis Health – Jennifer Blue Rozman, Chief Human Resources Officer
Miami Dade Aviation Department – Milton Collins, Associate Director of Minority Affairs

Tampa Bay:
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital – Joseph Conrod Sr., Director of Diversity & Employee Relations
Gordon Food Service – Kirk Zell, General Manager, Florida Division

Orlando:
NBTY – Robert Lowe, Sr. Director of Human Resources & Supply Chain
Sodexo – Rolddy Leyva, Vice President of Global Diversity

Jacksonville:
Wells Fargo – Douglas Dayberry, Florida Learning & Development Manager
Mayo Clinic – Frederick Wills, Administrative Director, Office of Diversity & Inclusion

The Florida Diversity Council would like to thank the event sponsors for their support of this valuable initiative and encouraging best practices sharing to promote diversity & inclusion within our local communities: PricewaterhouseCoopers, Rosen Plaza Hotels & Resorts, Wells Fargo, and Wyndham Vacation Ownership.

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