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Wine Industry DE&I Learning Series with Fleur Larsen & AP Consulting

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A virtual DE&I learning series to create and strengthen foundational knowledge and skills in racial equity for the wine industry.

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Please Note: this is a three-day workshop. Registration fees cover all three dates.

If you are an employee of one of our series partners (Soter Vineyards, Argyle Winery, King Estate Winery, or Stoller Wine Group) you may have access to a coupon code for free registration. Check with your organization directly for access.

In order to help foster a culture of belonging and inclusion within the Oregon wine community and in the wine industry at large, Fleur Larsen Facilitation + AP Consulting will lead a three-session virtual DE&I learning series to create and strengthen foundational knowledge and skills in racial equity.

SESSION DATES (your ticket includes entry into all three sessions):

Wed, Dec 1st: 11:30am to 1:30pm

Thurs, Dec 9th: 11:30am to 1:30pm

Tues, Dec 14th: 12:30pm to 2:30pm

Though tailored to current managers and leadership, this series offers a structure for all to deepen our understanding of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and will share foundational knowledge and practical skills in a safe environment for learners of all experience levels.

Content areas:

Building Equitable Leadership Skills

Engaging in Healthy Conflict

Acknowledging Generational Differences

Connection Over Correction: Accountability Framework

Exploring Dominant Culture Norms

Creating a Culture of Belonging

The learning series will be dynamic and customized to meet the unique needs of our wine community and training cohort. Our consultants will progressively customize each training session as the cohort moves through the series, ensuring a manageable learning pace for all and relevancy to today's wine industry.


Andrea Paull, M.Ed., has been facilitating workshops centered on racial equity, building cultural capacity and transformation for the past 15 years, and has dedicated her life to supporting leaders who are committed to creating extraordinary results towards an equitable world. She has worked with Seattle University, United Way, Forum for Theological Exploration, Everett Community College, YMCAs of Snohomish County, and Treehouse, among others.

Andrea has worked in the education sector for 15 years, four of those focused on HR equity, and previously worked in the banking and real estate industries. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Washington, Seattle, and her Master’s in Education from Western Governors University.

Andrea is a Filipina immigrant currently residing in the greater Seattle area with her husband and two children.

Fleur Larsen started facilitating 20 years ago on challenge course programs with youth and adults. Her style is based on sharp analysis, flexible thinking, joy, and purposeful results. Her work is relationship-based with connection, collaboration, and community as integral elements to reach goals. Currently, she works with several corporate and nonprofit groups facilitating retreats, trainings, and workshops in addition to one on one coaching.

Fleur's work as a Seattle-based national facilitator is focused on equity, social justice, diversity and inclusion, team building, emotional intelligence, experiential education, and community development.

Tickets and Refunds:

Assemblage Symposium is thrilled to present this dynamic learning series to the larger wine industry. Thanks to our partners, the full series will be offered to our community for a sliding scale fee. We encourage you to select the ticket cost most aligned with your access to resources. Thank you for helping Assemblage continue to offer DE&I educational content to the greater wine community.

Refunds: Tickets and donations are non-refundable after purchase.



Assemblage is an Oregon-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization aimed at the balancing of power in the global wine industry to better serve underrepresented wine professionals: BIPOC, LGBTQQIA+, and persons with disabilities. We connect the wine industry to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion experts and training culminating in our annual Symposium in Oregon. assemblagesymposium.com.


Argyle Winery has been creating wines in the Willamette Valley since 1987. What began as a conviction to grow world-class sparkling wine has grown to include an acclaimed portfolio of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling. Argyle farms nearly 400 acres of estate vineyards in the Willamette Valley, and welcomes guests daily at the Argyle Tasting House, located in the same downtown Dundee space they’ve called home since the beginning. To learn more, visit ArgyleWinery.com.


Native Oregonians Tony and Michelle Soter established Soter Vineyards in 1997 following Tony’s distinguished career as consulting winemaker, organic farmer, and founder of Etude in Napa, CA. Today, Tony Soter owns and operates Mineral Springs Ranch (MSR), a 240-acre Biodynamic farm and vineyard in the heart of Oregon wine country. Mineral Springs Vineyard consists of 40 acres of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay situated along the backbone of their property known as Savannah Ridge. The combination of respectful farming, ancient marine soils, and temperate climate, result in wines that are layered, nuanced and seductively captivating while remaining modest in alcohol and tannin. sotervineyards.com


King Estate is located near Eugene, Ore., in the prestigious Willamette Valley. Founded in 1991 by the King family, King Estate remains family owned and operated with a strong commitment to future generations through practices that promote sustainable agriculture and social justice. Certified Biodynamic® by Demeter USA since 2016, King Estate is the largest Biodynamic vineyard in North America. King Estate has established a reputation for producing world-class Oregon Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir, a legacy that continues to this day. kingestate.com.


The Stoller Wine Group has quickly earned a reputation as one of Oregon’s most dynamic and celebrated family of wineries, consisting of Stoller Family Estate, Chehalem, Chemistry, Canned Oregon, and History. We got here by thinking and acting differently. We are leader in our industry and our word matters. It starts with our Founder and Proprietor, Dayton, Ore. native, Bill Stoller, and his commitment to our land, our wines, and our community. Our passion is to deliver exceptional quality and value in the Willamette Valley.

The Stoller Wine Group is a unique enterprise, which is evident to everyone introduced to our wines and culture. We understand that every connection we make reflects this singular vision, and we care about the people who we partner with in that pursuit. We take pride in our B Corp certification, knowing that we “walk the walk” when it comes to our goal of building a company that lasts for generations. With our every action, we are active members and supporters in the community, which is why we are proud to be perennially voted as one of Oregon’s most admired companies by the Portland Business Journal. stollerwinegroup.com.

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