Honest conversations in the workplace
The Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City Inc. and the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber have formed a new monthly series: Creating a Culture of Inclusion. The partnership is aimed at creating a stronger dialogue and engagement of the Oklahoma City business community around issues of social justice and anti-racism.
First session to focus on honest conversations in the workplace
At the first session of the six-event series on Oct. 26, participants will begin the conversation about how to talk about race in the workplace. The event will include more information about the benefits of diverse workplaces and how we can all contribute to making our community and society more inclusive.
The guest speaker is Marcia Bruno-Todd, director of programs and community impact for Leadership Tulsa. Marcia is a graduate of Oklahoma State University and has a Master's in public administration from Arkansas State University. Marcia has dedicated her career to educational equity as a means to achieving social justice for communities. Learn more about Marcia at https://okmag.com/blog/marcia-bruno-todd/.
Individual tickets are $25 for Chamber and Urban League members or $40 for nonmembers to each session.
To purchase the entire six-event series, tickets are $125 for members and $175 for nonmembers.
Organizations interested in securing discounted group packages for their employees may email email@example.com or call 405-297-8921.
Discount group packages:
Accessing the online event
Access to the Zoom event link will be emailed to the email address associated with each registration on Friday, Oct. 23 and a reminder will be sent on Monday, Oct. 26. The emails will come from firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure email@example.com is on your approved sender list. The best event viewing experience will be from a computer.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 405-297-8921.
Special thanks to Presenting Sponsors AT&T Oklahoma, American Fidelity Assurance Company, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and Devon Energy Corp.