Welcome to the 5th Installment of the 2020 Cause Conference Summer Webinar Series
What attendees will learn:
- Effective recruitment, retention, and partnerships strategies
- Global strategy, analytics, and policy advocacy best practice
- Unconscious bias identification and mitigation
- Fostering inclusion, belonging, and development
- How to best leverage public relations strategies to communicate your efforts and promote your framework of inclusion and diversity once you have built it.
- And more! The Q&A section will be open to all attendees.
Join us on Sept 2nd at 11am PT for a discussion around diversity and inclusion with leaders in both the non-profit and corporate sectors.
Date / Time / Format:
Time: 11am-12pm PT
Format: Moderated Panel with Q&A (on Zoom)
Who is this event good for?
Nonprofit and corporate leaders
Jonathan Jordan – Senior Vice President, Corporate Advisory, Edelman
Jonathan Jordan is a senior vice president in Corporate Advisory, supporting clients in the Employee Experience, Business Transformation, and D&I advisory practices. He specializes in helping companies to inspire minds, mobilize hearts, and change behaviors through communications, marketing, and change management.
Jonathan has partnered with many of the world’s leading brands on communications strategy, organizational transformation activation, and crisis, multicultural, and M&A communications. Prior to joining Edelman, Jonathan was a principal in the Organizational Effectiveness practice at Slalom Consulting. Previous to this, Jonathan oversaw large-scale change management programs while at Ernst & Young’s People Advisory Services practice, organized artist marketing campaigns while at Tommy Boy Entertainment, and began his career as a human capital consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton.
Jonathan received his B.S. in Communications and M.B.A. from Liberty University. He is Scrum Master Certified (Agile Development), co-founded a creative marketing company, and serves on the board of the Boys & Girls Club of Hollywood.
Tie Wang-Jones – Global Digital Transformation Leader, Ingka (IKEA) Group
Tie is a global digital transformation leader with IKEA working to build out the digital organization within the company across the world. She has a dual Ph.D. in business psychology and clinical psychology and loves to nerd out on applied statistics research to help to make data-informed business decisions. Tie has 10+ years of experience in diversity & inclusion ranging from program development to primary research, clinical practice, consulting, and enterprise strategic planning.
For 5 years she was a global D&I leader in IKEA, building out the function from scratch, its company-wide D&I strategy, and its matrix network of 40+ country leaders. She is passionate about using the power of organizations to move the equity agenda forward in order to make meaningful change across communities.
Lawrence E. Moore, Ph.D. – Chair, Committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Aliant International University
Lawrence Moore serves on the Alliant International University Board of Directors. He chairs the board’s committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. A veteran Public Relations and Marketing Communications professional, Lawrence enjoys a professional life that spans more than three decades; engaging him in the work of some of the country’s leading corporations. Through the consultancy he established, Lawrence draws on his extensive experience in order to assist his clients’ evolving strategies in the areas of corporate responsibility, sustainability reporting, reputation management, communications, brand management, strategic planning, and executive coaching.