Creating Inclusive Workplaces

The Inclusive Communities workshop was such a great experience and the meeting really broke down many of the cultural barriers that exist within our world. I feel closer to everyone on that zoom meeting after hearing their stories and being able to share all of our differences.

-Vice President of Sales, Medical Solutions


Redefining leadership to build inclusive and diverse teams and communities.

LeadDIVERSITY is a program in which a select group of leaders explore the concept of diversity leadership and analyze its personal, workplace and community impact.

LeadDIVERSITY participants (referred to as Advocates) receive skills and training to move Nebraska workplaces and communities forward.  Through this 9 month program participants gain:

  • A greater awareness of personal identity as well as the impact of in-group and out-group dynamics
  • An expanded knowledge of local experts, organizations, and resources.
  • Network and connectA tool kit for addressing issues of diversity in personal and professional settings.
  • An ability to be an advocate for diversity and inclusion.

We have selected our 2019/2020 Cohort for LeadDIVERSITY click HERE for more information about the next application period.

For more information about LeadDIVERSITY contact Cammy Watkins with Inclusive Communities (

Building Blocks of Inclusion

Building Blocks of Inclusion (BBI) is a 4- 6-part series equipping business and nonprofit professionals with the language and knowledge necessary to recruit & retain a diverse workforce while demonstrating a top-down company value of inclusivity. BBI includes presentations from experts, facilitated dialogues, and interactive skills training. Throughout this customized course, participants develop a better understanding of how their customers’ and employees’ diverse identities impact how they perceive and experience their organizations, work spaces, services, and community.

From leadership development, to cross-cultural communication and inclusive office culture, BBI prepares participants to go beyond Taco Tuesdays and language policing to truly understanding diversity and inclusion’s impact on hiring practices, employee performance, group think, and productivity.

For more information, email Tena Hahn Rodriguez at

Project READI

business photoProject READI (Respect, Equity, Access, Diversity, & Inclusion) is a year-long human relations, diversity awareness and leadership development program for administrative and direct-line professionals. Project READI is designed to help employees understand their role and responsibility in creating an organizational culture where everyone can learn, communicate, and work in collaboration and mutual respect.

A full day workshop kicks-off the program year by providing participants with a foundation level of terms and language, and an introduction to issues of age, faith, ability, gender, orientation, class, appearance, and race. Then a trained program staff co-leads monthly staff meetings and supports your organization with facilitating a mixture of staff development trainings, experiential leadership workshops, office dialogues and company-wide interactive educational campaigns. These activities challenge participants to leave their “comfort zone” and empowers them to become positive role models and future leaders of inclusion.

For more information, email Cammy Watkins, Deputy Director at


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