Thursday, May 20, 2021
10:00am – 12:30pm
Catalyze Movement: Practical Approaches for Institutional Equity in Your Workplace
No matter what sector you are in, institutional inequities impact your business. Evidence shows that institutional and systemic inequities persistently exist in organizations, creating unfair distributions of power and resources across race, gender, class, and other dimensions of identity. Unfortunately, there are practices, policies, and decision points that are hidden in plain sight in our work and workplaces that contribute to these inequities. Regardless of unintentionality, this unfair distribution of power contributes to unequal social, economic and environmental conditions that contribute to reduced community health overall.
Conscientious leaders–you–are the gatekeepers with the power to name and expose the barriers to health equity. The Catalyze Movement: Practical Approaches for Institutional Equity in Your Workplace workshop will equip you with the tools to effectively expose and eliminate these barriers and contribute to the foundation of community health in Tampa Bay.
During the workshop, you will practice using diversity, equity, and inclusion tools designed to eliminate barriers to equity in the workplace. You will be equipped to:
-Recognize effective strategies to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion
-Apply relevant tools that promote equity and resilience
-Evaluate and improve organizational capacity to support cultural humility and competence
*This workshop is an interactive experience, where in real time, you will broaden your knowledge of cultural humility and competence, while learning to apply practical skills that eliminate workplace inequity.
Join us on May 20, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for Catalyze Movement: Practical Approaches for Institutional Equity in Your Workplace hosted by the TBHC Building Capacity Impact Council.
Collectively, we can make big changes, by making small choices that will positively impact our diverse peers in the workplace, strengthen the foundation of community health, and advance health equity in Tampa Bay.
Register below now. Seats are limited.
Meet Our Speaker
Venise White, MPH, MHPE
Venise White currently manages the Office of Health Promotion and Education and Grants Administration at the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County. Ms. White currently oversees several population health initiatives: Healthiest Weight Florida, Goldsboro Farmers Market, Community Engagement and Outreach, Congregational Wellness Program, Health Equity, Diabetes Prevention Program and Employee Wellness.
She is a certified Equity and Inclusion: Cultural Competency in Health and Human Services Trainer through the Cross-Cultural Health Care Program in Seattle, WA. She currently provides Cultural Competency and Health Equity training on behalf of the Florida Department of Health’s Office of Minority Health and Health Equity. Her work in health equity was nationally recognized and awarded a grant from the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors. Ms. White has over 25 years of public health experience working for universities, government and not-for-profit agencies in several public health areas: Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs Prevention, HIV Prevention Education, Community Health and Safety, Teenage Pregnancy Prevention, Cultural Relevancy and currently focusing on Chronic Disease Prevention as related to the Social Determinants of Health.
Ms. White holds both a Master of Public Health and a Master of Health Promotion and Education from the University of Pittsburgh. She is actively involved in her community and affiliated with several advisory boards and committees: Florida Public Health Association, Metroplan Orlando Community Advisory Committee, National Association of Chronic Disease Directors Health Equity Council and founder of Black Greeks in Public Health. She is widely known by her mantra “I am Public Health in Action!”
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