Come join us for the next Bi-Monthly Diversity and Inclusion SIG led by Kara Stafford and assisted by Ankit Shah and Seema Patel.
This month we are excited to announce another special program:
Let’s Get it Right: Best Practices for Pronouns in the Workplace
Want to understand how, where and when to use personal pronouns - in terms of our LGBTQ and Accessibility community? Curious what to do when you or someone else makes a mistake with personal pronouns?
We interact with different people with different experiences. It is our role as L & D and Talent Development professionals to set an example for our employees on DE&I subjects in the workspace. How we show up, interact and interpret microaggressions will all have an impact on the safety and comfort of learners and coworkers. Join, LGBTQIA+ advocate, Mathew Stuckey help you think about the LGBTQIA+ community and how we can support a more inclusive learning environment. Expect to learn a lot and ask questions!
Mathew has over 7 years of learning and development experience, most recently as a Trainer for Columbus State Community College (CSCC). Starting in 2005, Mathew worked with organizations like the Human Rights Campaign. At NiSource, Mathew was a founder, Vice President and President of the LGBTQIA+ ERG, NiPRIDE, implementing transgender health care and transition policy, gender-neutral bathrooms and executing companywide pronoun training. After leaving NiSource, Mathew was an advisor to the PRIDE ERG at AEP. Currently, Mathew participates with PRISM, the CSCC LGBTQIA+ ERG. In addition to BA’s in Communication and Political Science from UC and two trainer certifications, Mathew earned the DEI in the Workplace Certification from the University of South Florida.
About the Diversity and Inclusion SIG:
We provide a forum for COATD members to gain knowledge, learn about best practices, and share resources with one another. In addition, this forum will champion the efforts around diversity, equity, and inclusion for talent development professionals to embrace our multicultural workforce.
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