ERE Webinar

How to Use Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Data To Make a Difference — Finally

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Racial tensions are high today. And so is your organization’s responsibility to address them. To truly create change and progress toward an anti-racist, inclusive, equitable workplace, it’s important to adopt a data-driven approach.

But when it comes to matters of diversity, how do you figure out which diversity metrics are most impactful?

Here’s the reality: the traditional methods of DEI data collection and analysis often don’t tell the whole story, leading to stifled progress and minimal organizational change.

Whether you already have a robust DEI strategy or are looking to build one, this webinar will help you adopt a more effective and justice-driven strategy around DEI data analysis and strategy. You’ll learn how to:

• Leverage innovative ways to rejuvenate your data analysis practices
• Manage the trials and tribulations of implementing data-driven DEI strategies
• Redefine what data-driven means for your department and organization
• Overcome critical barriers around DEI metrics and research
• Address common myths and mistakes around using — and misusing — data
• Use techniques and best practices for mixed-method DEI data analysis and
• Develop a strategy with that nurtures racial justice

With a greater understanding of which metrics matter most (and which matter least) right now, you’ll gain the power to advance your career, your department, and your company — and just as importantly, your community — in truly meaningful ways.

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Presented by:

Thamara Subramanian

Thamara is a Learning & Innovation Manager for The Winters Group, Inc. She is responsible for curating tailored learning experiences and strategies focused on taking action in service of equity, diversity, and inclusion. Thamara is passionate about the intersection between health and social justice and how social determinants of mental health can be addressed through program innovation, behavioral science, and policy. Thamara’s interests include using design and innovation to address minority health disparities, educational opportunity gaps, mental health, and injury and violence prevention. Thamara holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and Medical Anthropology from the University of Michigan, and a Masters in Public Health Degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences with a concentration in Health Communications and Public Health Leadership from the Harvard School of Public Health.