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October Monthly Event: Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce

Thursday, October 15th, 2020

Speaker: Joy Fowler, MBA, CDP, Diversity & Inclusion Program Manager

In her role, Joy provides diversity programs that help to build strong internal community relationships at the Port of Portland. The connection between a well-maintained diversity strategy, robust programming, and a strong workforce is at the core of Joy's passion and belief in DE&I work. Prior to the Port, Joy worked in the area of diversity and inclusion for 5 year at the largest regional financial institution in Oregon, where she designed and implemented the diversity strategy, internal programming and measurements for success.

Diversity in the workplace is critical for innovation, different perspectives and more. This discussion will focus on what we mean by the term “diversity” and who we’re talking about. Why diversity is important for any workforce. Understanding the difference between Affirmative Action and Diversity and how a company or hiring manager can affect change immediately.
Join us virtually or in person. The speaker will be presenting virtually.

Date: Thursday, October 15, 2020

Time: 4:30 PM – registration opens at 4:00 PM,
presentation begins at 4:30 PM

Location: Parker, Smith & Feek, 200 SW Market Street, Suite 750, Portland, OR 97201

Virtual Attendance:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82202207505?pwd=OEdoUUJpOUl3ZVd5YXoyakczR2dGZz09
Meeting ID: 822 0220 7505, Passcode: 751333

RSVP: RSVP by October 12th. RSVP required for in-person and virtual attendance. To RSVP:
(1) Submit payment using the PayPal links below, OR
(2) RSVP by email to ExecutiveVPOregonRIMS@gmail.com and pay at the door.

$15 RIMS Members PayPal Link
$10 RRP/Student PayPal Link
$25 Non-Member PayPal Link
Virtual: Free

Oregon RIMS observes health and safety recommendations from the CDC and local government entities. Registration is capped at 25 or less in-person participants. In-person participants are required to wear a face covering indoors and maintain social distance.

Any questions, please reach out to Nick Warren, VP of Communications, at nawarren@psfinc.com

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