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One Community: Diversity, Inclusivity and Equity Summit 2017

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Arvada Center for the Performing Arts

6901 Wadsworth Boulevard

Arvada, CO 80003

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Registration for this event is now closed. Thanks to everyone who registered! We look forward to seeing you next week.


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Join us for a day of learning, development, networking and community discussing topics of Diversity, Inclusivity and Equity. This growing multi-agency effort is now in its second year and offers lively presentations, exercises and discussions, reflection, planning and outstanding presenters. The ideas, strategies, dialogues and interaction surround this year’s theme of “One Community” where every presence is recognized. Participants will be exposed to diverse perspectives and have time to network with colleagues from other disciplines, various communities, all with the goal to deepen understanding of diversity, inclusivity and equity across our community. The One Community Summit is a must for agency professionals, nonprofits, private sector businesses and ALL community members.

The Keynote Speaker is Derek Okubo, Executive Director, Agency for Human Rights and Community Partnerships.

Additional highlights of the day Include:

  • Breakout sessions on topics such as Generations, Gender Equity, and Family Friendly Workplaces.
  • Arvada Center Art Walk
  • Diversity, Inclusivity and Equity Information Tables

Registration is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. Please secure your spot TODAY! Cost is $20 + $2.09 registration fee, a total of $22.09 for a high-caliber, quality day of learning for you, your team, co-workers and friends.

Follow us on Twitter @OneCommunityCon or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/OneCommunityCon/ to receive updates and valuable information as we near event day!

We look forward to seeing you there!


Keynote speaker: Derek Okubo

Derek Okubo is a Colorado native and was raised in Littleton, Colorado graduating from Arapahoe High School. Derek then attended the University of Northern Colorado and graduated with a degree in Psychology and double minors in Communications and Sociology.

Derek was hired by Big Brothers of Metropolitan Denver as the services coordinator for Denver County. Three years later, Derek started the Big Brothers High School Program where he utilized high school students as mentors and tutors to the children on the waiting list. Derek was appointed Governor Roy Romer’s staff as a community liaison to northeast Colorado. A few years later, Derek was hired by the National Civic League (NCL, the nation’s oldest “good government” organization) as the Assistant Director of Community Services. Through July 2011, Derek rose through the NCL ranks becoming the Senior Vice President where he oversaw NCL’s projects and programs.

In July 2011, Derek was appointed Executive Director of the Agency for Human Rights and Community Partnerships by Mayor Michael B. Hancock. In this role, Derek oversees eight offices and 10 mayoral appointed commissions. The agency acts as a conduit of communication and convener of problem solving among local government, non-profits, businesses and residents.

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Arvada Center for the Performing Arts

6901 Wadsworth Boulevard

Arvada, CO 80003

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