Inclusive Conversations with Nonprofit Marketing Guide 3 Part Series:
A supportive culture among colleagues and supervisors is more than the presence of a non-discrimination policy.
That is why Antionette Kerr and Kim Pevia have teamed up for Inclusive Conversations!
It’s all about cultural competency and how nonprofit communications staff can not only be more inclusive and therefore effective in their work products, but also lead these conversations within their own nonprofits.
This webinar will cover:
- Real life scenarios of communications pros who have implemented the Inclusive Conversations tools
- Best Practices in diverse communications
- Tools that will have your allies remain allied during these challenging conversations
- Tools for promoting diversity throughout the entire agency
- Six behaviors that can unlock innovation and enhance your communications strategy
Antionette is a reporter by training, so she has asked many of these questions to colleagues, diversity and inclusion trainers and the nonprofit marketing guide community. The Lexington, NC native spent her youth living in pockets of economically-distressed neighborhoods. She credits a family filled with activists for sparking her compassion for people and passion for storytelling. Antionette studied journalism and African American history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she began researching and writing about the influence of race, class and gender on local economies. Over the past 15 plus years, the writer turned do-gooder has served as an Executive Director of two nonprofits and combined her passion for writing and community to develop Empowerment Magazine. Some highlights in her recent years include being a board member for statewide organizations, being named a Z. Smith Reynolds Sabbatical Award Recipient, a TEDx Penry Street presenter and the inaugural US recipient of the Yale Publishing Course Innovative Leader Scholarship. She provides regular training for Nonprofit Marketing Guide and The Nonprofit Academy.
Kim Pevia is an experienced life strategist, an engaging keynote speaker, and a uniquely skilled experiential style transformational workshop facilitator. Her company, K.A.P., Inner Prizes, specializes in identifying and addressing the issues that can keep us stuck by continually developing a personalized toolbox to help us hurdle over them. Her favorite work is done in circles. Diversity of favorite topics include Emotional intelligence, Gifts of Conflict, Impacts of Historical Trauma, Cultural Healing, Innocuous Nature of Fear. Born and educated in Baltimore, MD she currently lives in Robeson County, NC where her roots run deep as a member of the Lumbee Tribe. She serves on many local, state and national boards that support community activism and local economy through arts, food, culture and tourism. She is a writer and is the founder of Artist Market-Pembroke, providing retail opportunities for local and regional artists in southeast North Carolina.