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Let’s Get Practical: Applying DEIAB Principles to Your Role
Let’s Get Practical: Applying DEIAB Principles to Your Role

Wed, Mar 13

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Virtual Training

Let’s Get Practical: Applying DEIAB Principles to Your Role

Virtual training for CASA Volunteers and Staff

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Time & Location

Mar 13, 2024, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Virtual Training

About the event

Session Tittle:

Let’s Get Practical: Applying DEIAB Principles to Your Role

Description:

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Accessibility, and Belonging (DEIAB) have become well-known throughout our social climate as a framework for building multiculturally inclusive organizations. Although we’re familiar with these terms, it can be challenging to figure out ways to implement these principles into our work. Join Janelle Battle on March 13th, for an engaging workshop on practical ways to apply DEIAB principles within your role at CASA. This training is for CASA Volunteers and CASA Staff.

Session Objectives:

Develop a shared definition and understanding of DEIAB

Empower participants to develop a DEIAB lens in professional settings

Practice real and relatable examples of how to view things with a DEIAB lens

About the Trainer: 

Janelle Battle (she/her) is the DEIAB Program Assistant at Maryland CASA. Janelle is a social justice advocate who has a diverse background working within human resources, higher education, non-profits, and corporate. Janelle graduated with her master's in communications in 2022 with a focus in human resources and attended the University of South Florida’s online DEI certificate program, DEI in the workplace. Janelle utilizes her background in HR and DEI to help organizations strengthen their development and foster spaces that uplift, celebrate, and equitably serve every unique individual. Janelle’s approach to this work is to build unity and harmony within communities by listening with an empathetic heart, respecting and understanding each individual’s unique background and experiences, and graciously holding people accountable to their newly gained knowledge and awareness.

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