|June 16th||12 pm ET | 11 am CT||Register below!|
While there is no silver bullet for creating a more socially just organization, there are clear steps we can take as leaders to grow and improve. So how do you go from making a commitment to diversity and inclusion to actively making a difference in your organization?
Join us to hear three DEI experts as they share resources, strategies and stories from the front lines for advancing this work, including:
Social Entrepreneur, Author and Co-Founder of Mathison | Forbes 30 under 30
Arthur Woods is a social entrepreneur working at the intersection of equity, inclusion and technology. He was named to Forbes 30 Under 30 and 40 Under 40 by BEQ. He is the author of Hiring for Diversity. He is a three-times TEDx speaker and has advised leading brands from Disney, Sonos and MetLife to the Smithsonian.
Dr. Johné Battle, MBA, M.S.Ed
Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, Dollar General
Dr. Johné Battle is recognized by the National Diversity & Leadership council as one of the Top 100 Diversity Officers in 2021 and is renown as a global Business Executive and thought leader who brings the powerful combination of skillful talent development and human capital expertise. His deep understanding of human relations, personal branding, diversity and inclusion, and organizational performance have led to a successful track record of business transformation and human capital counseling.
He currently is the founder and CEO of The Greatness Factory, LLC, and the Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion for Dollar General Corporation, a $33.8 billion-plus retailer with more than 17,000 convenient, easy-to-shop stores in 46 states. Dr. Battle owns the strategy for diversity, equity, and inclusion for over 157,000 associates; working across the organization using belonging indexes, talent-flow analysis, inclusive leader assessments and other data to make data-based decisions.
Managing Director of Research & Strategy, BI WORLDWIDE
Amy Stern is Managing Director of Research & Strategy at BI WORLDWIDE. Her research has resulted in peer-reviewed publications, invited lectures, research awards, and valued insights for many clients. Amy’s deep understanding of employee experimental psychology allows her to combine critical thinking and creativity to create custom research that gets to the heart of diversity, equity, and inclusion at work. She advises companies on how to create an equitable and inclusive workforce where all employees can thrive.