NW Diversity Learning Series 20th Anniversary Celebration

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time



Northwest African American Museum

2300 South Massachusetts Street

Seattle, WA 98144

View Map

Refund Policy

Refund Policy

No Refunds

Event description


JOIN US! July 14th, 2018 for the
NW Diversity Learning Series
20th Anniversary Celebration!
Tickets on Sale Now. Space is limited.

The Institute for Sustainable Diversity and Inclusion (ISDI) invites you to join us in our First Fundraising Event.

“Celebrating Our History – Inventing the Future”

This is an opportunity to show your support for ISDI in our first ever fundraising event!
We are developing sustainable D&I programs for the future and your generosity will help make it happen.

The Institute for Sustainable Diversity and Inclusion is expanding its scope beyond presenting the Northwest Diversity Learning Series. As the Northwest’s premier non-profit focused on education and development for diversity, equity and inclusion, we are expanding our scope to help Northwest individuals and organizations increase their capacity to foster inclusive, respectful, and productive workplaces. Our goal is to facilitate leading edge thought leadership, research, and best practices through dialogues and developmental programs in Seattle and the Puget Sound Region. With your generous support, you help promote our vision of making the Pacific Northwest a world-class pluralistic and inclusive society where all people can live, learn, work and thrive!

Registration Required - Individual Ticket $75 -
Sponsor a table of 8 by purchasing 8 tickets - $600

Admission to the event Includes:

  • African American Museum Exhibitions (self tour)

  • Program Keynote Speaker

  • Entertainment

  • Buffet and two drinks
    Appetizers with a variety of seafood, meat, vegetarian selections

When purchasing your ticket consider these options:

  • Sponsor a table of 8 and bring your friends - $600

  • Unable to attend?
    Donate directly to ISDI a 501c3 organization through the website donation page

Northwest African American Museum
2300 S. Massachusetts Street, Seattle, WA 98144

Date: Saturday, July 14, 2018
Time: 5:00pm – 9:30pm
Business Casual

Event details are coming together for a spectacular evening of celebrating the rich 20 year history of the
NW Diversity Learning Series and a look into the future.

: Rebekah Steele

"DIVERSITY-EQUITY-INCLUSION: Radical Breakthroughs for Radical Times"

Powerful global trends are radically reshaping how we work and live. In this new world, success requires bold, new ways of thinking and working. To create these vital innovations, organizations need a mix of ideas and perspectives. But how can we make the most of a diverse blend of talent? And how do we meet an array of needs in our customers and communities? Together, we can design DEI breakthroughs to build organizations that thrive as they meet the challenges ahead.

Rebekah Steele


  • Pyramid Catering
    Buffet with heavy appetizers - a variety of seafood, meat, and vegetarian selections
    Pyramid Catering


Attendees will have the opportunity to tour the galleries in the African American Museum
featuring Seattle's Black Panther Anniversary Exhibition coming in July 2018 and
Everyday Black, contemporary portraits by photographers Jessica Rycheal and Zorn B. Taylor.

Northwest African American Museum

* MUSIC - Garfield Jazz Combo

Garfield Jazz Combo

More event details to come! Stay tuned!

Pre-Registration Required - Tickets go on Sale March 14, 2018
Tickets will not be sold at the door.

Consider these options:
Donating using the Eventbrite page and also on the website will incur a processing fee. To avoid fees, we recommend that you send your donation by check directly to ISDI
Mailing address: 6015 NE 205th St, Kenmore, WA 98028
Make checks payable to: Institute for Sustainable Diversity & Inclusion or ISDI

  • Donate directly to ISDI a charitable, non-profit 501c3 organization by clicking here:
    ISDI Donation Button

Updates will posted here and on Facebook.
Please like the ISDI Facebook Page - We will be updating the information frequently.


What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

NAAM shares a parking lot with the residents upstairs. 42 spots are allotted to the Museum and are marked.
An additional 32 spaces are available adjacent to the Jimi Hendrix Park.
There is ample street parking.

How can I contact the event organizer with any questions?

Please contact Terry.Loving@I4SDI.org - 206 200 0914

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Yes
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes

Share with friends

Date and Time


Northwest African American Museum

2300 South Massachusetts Street

Seattle, WA 98144

View Map

Refund Policy

No Refunds

Save This Event

Event Saved