Diversity & Inclusion Summit
LEVERAGING HUMAN DIFFERENCE
A Strategic Priority for Business Success & Community Prosperity
Viewing diversity and inclusion as a leadership function is vital for professional and personal development. The Greenville Chamber has created a diversity and inclusion leadership conference that encourages participants to bring it, share it, discover it, challenge it and embrace it. We want you to have conversations and dialogue that will push you to action. Years of experience have taught us that a diverse, inclusive workplace and society doesn’t just happen. Yet, as we look to the future of our marketplace and workforce, we recognize that huge demographic shifts are happening that impact our business model and require a new way of conducting business and ensuring community prosperity.
Enrich your life and your business by taking advantage of this opportunity to hone your skills as an authentic, intentional diversity leader.
Greenville Center for Creative Arts Partnership
The Greenville Chamber is pleased to partner with Greenville Center for Creative Arts (GCCA) to bring artists perspectives into the Diversity and Inclusion Summit. The mission of GCCA is to enrich the cultural fabric of our community through visual arts promotion, education and inspiration. GCCA serves the visual arts needs for people of all ages, ethnic diversities and economic circumstances in the Upstate through collaboration with local communities. GCCA provides classes, exhibitions, and opportunities to cultivate art appreciation while experiencing Greenville's growing art community.
Local artists from GCCA will create live art aligned with the summit's theme during the LEVERAGE. LAUNCH. LEAD Networking Reception as guests mingle and continue the day's dialogue. Their work will be available for purchase.
Paul Dumah Morgan
Dr. Catherine Paul
Pure-N-Heart 1000 Voices Partnership: "Change The World" Youth Choir
Alphaeus and Alexias Anderson, founders of 2012 Stellar Award winning and Dove nominated Pure-N-Heart, along with 1,000 students ages 6-23 produced “Change The World,” a song written by Alphaeus Anderson, which speaks to homelessness, the golden rule, breaking the cycle of bullying and making the world a better place, by starting with your neighbor. “Change The World” video will be shared during the Luncheon Keynote at the 2017 Diversity and Inclusion Summit.
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