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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)

 

 

The MPI MN Chapter is a community where we want everyone to feel welcomed, supported, and celebrated. Our chapter is continuing to learn and grow to create an inclusive and diverse professional community through our current learning, work and improvements.

  • The MPI MN Chapter is a community, where everyone is welcomed.
  • Each member will hold one another accountable to this principle.
  • A Diversity, Equity & Inclusion task force will be created to hold us to our word. That our marketing, membership and education initiatives are pointed in the right direction and are inclusive.
  • We will provide education to fit our ideas of mentorship, inclusion, and connection. The seminars and classes, first will focus on the biases held by some of us, and will continue to grow to focus on how to change our industry to include people that have been excluded.
  • We vow to provide opportunities for listening, and to facilitate conversations around learning, and clarifying our principles.
  • Our industry events will be planned thoughtfully, with building our industry in mind, but with building our people first. All will be included and cared for.
  • We will reach out to the community around us, with your guidance.

For more information about how to get involved with our DEI task force, please reach out to Jenny Ng at jenny.ng@ncg.coop. Jenny is leading our Minnesota efforts.

For more information about DEI from our Global office, please click here.

 

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion resources

 

  • Nifty Method 50 Favorite DEI Speakers

     

  • Strategic Diversity Initiatives

     

  • Tap into MPI Membership. MPI Global has a great task force and can recommend speakers that can be keynote or part of panel discussion for your event

  • Look at leaders in your community.  There are local news writers, members of the Urban League and University professors that would be happy to speak on DEI topics

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