Allyship Appreciation Week?
Our clients expressed the need for more support in cultivating positive working relationships for team building and innovation.
This is iChange Collaborative’s initiative to strengthen awareness around the topic by educating and celebrating the relationships of allies, partners and advocates in order to enhance more inclusive cultures. We dedicate this week to partner with others in order to share why allyship is important through our stories.
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Who is this week for?
This week is for everyone at every level who has the desire to build relationships with people of cross differences including:
1. ERG or Affinity group leaders and members who are looking for creative ways to engage around this topic.
2. Organizational Leaders, Human Resources and DEI Directors who are looking for additional support and tools to share with their organization.
3. Individuals who are curious about what allyship is all about.
iChange Circles are our approach to creating identity safe and brave spaces for individuals to have conversations that stimulate healing, learning and growing. Our circles meet several times throughout the year.
All meetings are open to those who identify with a specific group. Our iChange experts facilitate these conversations virtually for participants throughout the nation.
Meet your facilitators:
BIPOC Empowerment- Dr. Danielle Stewart
LGBTQ Empowerment- Nikki Torres
White Advocates- Martha Caldwell
Men & Fathers- Dr. Jeff Morrison and Thomas Morse
Special thank you to all of our
2023 Speakers and Guests
Advocate/Nonprofit Leader, National Parent's Union
Co-Founder/VP, iChange Collaborative
Dr. Danielle Stewart
President, iChange Collaborative
DEI Consultant/Founder, SELF EDUCATORS, Inc.
Dr. Jeff Morrison
DEI Consultant/Facilitator, iChange Collaborative
Dr. Cynthia Harper
Founder of Harp on Purpose Enterprise
Author, Impactful Inclusion Toolkit
Student and Advocate
DEI Consultant/Facilitator, Coming to the Table