Advancing a Racial Equity Organizational Framework

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United Way of Central Carolinas

301 South Brevard Street

Charlotte, NC 28202

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"Advancing a Racial Equity Organizational Framework" will take place on Wednesday, October 16 from 8am-1pm at the United Way of Central Carolinas office in Uptown Charlotte.

In this second of three United Way Learning Network workshops offered during Fall 2019, facilitators Tracey Greene-Washington and Marisol Jiménez of Indigo Innovation Group will:

  • Provide an in-depth overview of racial equity;

  • Explain the differences among diversity, inclusion and equity;

  • Facilitate group discussion on the best practices for applying an equity lens to economic mobility work.

Attendees will leave with knowledge and tools needed to begin creating, or help strengthen an existing, a racial equity framework, which will strengthen the impact of their services.

Space is limited. The early bird registration rate ended as of October 1.

About the Facilitators:

Tracey Greene-Washington is the president of Indigo Innovation Group, a consulting firm dedicated to serving as a strategic thought-partner, advisor and consultant to philanthropic and nonprofit organizations committed to accelerating change through system-level approaches, equity and strategic collaboration.

Tracey also is the founder of CoThinkk, a social change philanthropy committed to shifting the economic mobility, health, education and leadership narrative of communities of color in western North Carolina through strategic investments, network-building and civic discourse.

Tracey holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a Master of Social Work from University of South Carolina.

Marisol Jiménez is the founder and lead consultant of Tepeyac Consulting, an independent consulting practice in North Carolina that catalyzes strategic equity efforts in collaboration with grassroots leaders, nonprofit organizations and foundations.

For the past 10 years, Marisol has worked to advance equity through facilitation and training, participatory research, transformational community engagement and frontline activism. Her consulting incorporates popular education, language justice, inclusive logistics and accessible content as standards of practice.

Marisol holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Loyola University Chicago and a Master of Social Work from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Social Work.

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United Way of Central Carolinas

301 South Brevard Street

Charlotte, NC 28202

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