Over 60 panels and presenters — including keynote speakers Hilary Ware of Netflix and Nikole Hannah-Jones of The New York Times Magazine — will highlight collaborative and innovative approaches, best practices, cutting-edge research, and success stories that focus on “Building Communities of Equity and Opportunity.”
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This statewide Inclusivity Conference in Milwaukee will feature 5 nationally known speakers, over 100 breakout sessions, and more than 200 presenters. The conference intends to draw the entire state into a broad-ranging conversation around inclusivity as it relates to workforce, housing, health, and education. (Click the title for details…)
Marathon County Government employees came together during the 2nd annual MLK “Day On” to celebrate the 90th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and to learn how to serve the residents of Marathon County better.
County Administrator Brad Karger shares highlights of the in-service day attended by over 400 County Government workers, as well as some insights gleaned from an Inclusivity Audit conducted with Marathon County staff. (Click the title for details…)
Get the inside scoop from Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service (WIPPS) Director Eric Giordano, who has been there from the beginning, on WIPPS’s successes and challenges over the past 10 years. (Click the title for details…)
You’re invited to an action-oriented “next-steps meeting” being planned for early spring 2018 to discuss the creation of a formal coalition to help make Wausau a more unified & welcoming community to all. (Click the title for meeting details & to view Toward One Wausau’s powerful & eye-opening 90-second video…)