Webinar: Diverse Recruitment and Hiring Strategies

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Date/Time
Date(s) - November 3, 2021
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location
Remote

Fee: $15 (use code CGVT)
Register at: https://arizonanonprofits.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1556426&group=

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Common Good VT is pleased to partner with The Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits to make the following training available to Vermont nonprofits at a discounted rate (use code CGVT):

Please join us for an engaging discussion designed to empower you in taking bold, strategic action! You’ll learn more about auditing and revamping your nonprofit’s recruitment and hiring strategies through the lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and leave with at least a handful of immediate levers to pull on your teams.

As part of this training, you will walk out with an understanding of:

  • Understand the key components of a recruitment and hiring process audit through the lens of diversity and inclusion, from employer branding all the way through to interviews and onboarding
  • Have the opportunity to hear a case study about a local non-profit’s recent hiring audit and revamping journey
  • Feel they have concrete tactics for implementing in their own organizations
  • Have takeaway resources to leverage as next steps

Cost and Registration: National Council Affiliates: $15 / Non-Members $29

Register Here

Featured Presenters:

Viva Asmelash, Inclusion Strategist & Consultant
Viva’s professional purpose is to create environments where people feel truly seen and are inspired to be their best and most authentic selves. She brings this to life as a strategic and intuitive people operations  professional with 15 years of experience in purpose-driven branding, high-impact DEI work, leadership training & development, and career-focused marketing. Her sweet spot is the intersection of inclusive messaging, driving people-centered strategic outcomes, and facilitating critical conversations with grace.

For over seven years, she developed the employer brand at Galileo Learning that drew an annual average of over 7,000 applicants, launched and co-led the multi-faceted DEI strategy, managed multiple thought leadership initiatives, and worked to ensure Galileo’s consistent recognition—including being named one of The SF Business Times’ Best Places to Work in the Bay Area (with over ten consecutive years on the list), a Real Leader Magazine Top 100 Impact Company, and one of Forbes’ 25 Best Small Companies in America.

She is a first generation Eritrean-American woman, whose mother—while pregnant with her—emigrated to the United States as a political refugee with three other small children. This has given her a unique, life-long perspective on race, gender, culture, belonging, privilege, and access to education.