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DEI at a Time of Racial Reckoning
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This is a FREE live presentation and is open to HRLF members and non-members. Has the Black Lives Matter movement permanently changed how we should be thinking about diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI)? To register as a non-member please use the "continue as guest" button after the "register" button.

When: Tuesday, August 11
8:30 - 9:30 AM EDT
Where: Live Virtual Program Online
United States
Presenter: Greg Almieda, Founder and CEO of Global View Communications
Contact: Karen Murphy

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at a Time of Racial Reckoning

Has the Black Lives Matter movement permanently changed how we should be thinking about diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI)? What about accountability? In exchange for their talent, do people of diverse backgrounds expect employers to engage in equitable practices and assume a greater responsibility in building a better society? These questions along with thoughtful dialogue and participant interaction will explore these sometimes uncomfortable themes in a comfortable environment for insights and learning. 

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  • 8:30 - 9:30    Program with Q&A Session

Greg Almieda, Founder & CEO, Global View Communications

Global View Communications is an inclusion business strategy firm that helps their partners align diversity and inclusion initiatives to improve culture and performance. GVC works across the five diversity platforms - enterprise, consumer, workplace/workforce, supplier inclusion and corporate citizenship – and is designed to drive solutions that foster their client’s employee engagement, growth and competitiveness.

Greg has over 20 years of experience in the diversity and inclusion space.

GVC's client list includes some well-known brands including Akamai, Tufts Health Plan, Boston Medical Center and Eastern Bank.

He has served as a member of several professional and civic organizations and as a board member of the Diversity and Inclusion Professionals of Rhode Island (DAIP), The Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts and The Greater Boston Employer Advisory Board to the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission. He currently serves as chair of both the Human Resources Leadership Forum (HRLF) and The Providence Foundation diversity committees.

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