The Equity Source Cohorts are a series of incredibly impactful workshops focused on building awareness, understanding, and implementing best practices in diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.
D-E-I-B are individual domains that work collectively together to drive outcomes in the talent cycle for Black Talent and beyond.
This first cohort is for current professionals, practitioners, HR and consultants DEIB or DEI space.
Sometimes you need a guide.
I'm your guide.
Date & Time
November 11, 2023 8:00 am-10:00 am PT 10:00 am - 12:00 PM CT 11:00 am-1:00 pm ET
You are invited to: The Equity Source Cohorts by TonyaDavis.com
LaTonya Davis (she/iye) is a Christian and HBCU graduate from a Black Women's College. Her mission is to lead awareness, understanding and equity for Black Talent of all ages. Her expertise lies in autism, diversity, inclusion, belonging and equity as a consultant, speaker and DEIB leader. She is a trusted source to speak, train and consult in corporate, nonprofits and schools.
She has earned the Outstanding Woman of the Year Award, has distinction as a published Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Fellow and featured in Shout Out Houston Magazine.
You can listen to her podcast, "I am Black Talent Podcast" heard in 5 countries and read The Equity Source Newsletter on LinkedIn.
1. examine narratives in the Black Talent Cycle; 2. build differentiated approaches with decision makers; 3. identify the elements of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) strategy; and 4. evaluate solutions to inequity in the talent cycle
Bonus: Cultivate a Cohort of Practitioners Airtight Activities Case Study: DEIB Leader Wellness plan for Practitioners Certificate of Training
What leaders say...
"Your talent is undeniable and your passion is unmatched."
"LaTonya is able to inspire large groups to update their thinking and make real commitments toward change, as she did with the first-of-is-kind Prime DEI Summit, with leaders from all over the organization and world."
"She is the benchmark of what DEI leadership and collaborative effort looks like in the field."