2024 Beyond Boundaries Series: A Roadmap to Belonging – How to Ensure All of Your Employees are Seen, Valued, and Respected

Jul 23, 2024 9:30AM—12:30PM


Room 208, The Jessie, 40 E. Adams, Jacksonville, FL 32202

Cost Members: $30, Non-Members: $50

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*This workshop is part of the 2024 Beyond Boundaries Series: HR Strategies for Vibrant Nonprofits. To register for the full series, please click here.*

Want to have a workplace where all of your employees feel that they belong but unsure of how to steer your work culture there?  This session will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to drive your organization through policies, analysis, implementation, accountability and evaluation to arrive at your final destination of belonging and respect.  From tying the work to your organizational values to understanding what to do with your findings, this session will prepare you to implement or refine procedures in your organization to improve employee relations and engagement, organizational productivity and profitability, and staff retention while creating a better work environment for everyone.

Join ReGina Newkirk, Director of Equity with 904Ward, for this engaging session!

ReGina Newkirk Rucci joined 904WARD in April 2021.  In her role, she works with corporations and nonprofit organizations to develop tailor-made solutions to help them create a more equitable and inclusive workplace that is more productive and profitable.  She also works with partner organizations to address the roots of disparities in our communities, such as health equity, environmental justice, and removing systemic barriers.  She has over twenty-five years of experience working in and addressing the barriers faced by marginalized populations and communities of color.  She began her career in banking, where she helped establish the Diversity Department, roles, and corporate values for First American National Bank in Nashville, TN.

ReGina was born in Fort Collins, CO, and raised in Nashville. She graduated with highest honors from New York University with a B.F.A. in dramatic writing. She received her master’s degree in communications from the University of Tennessee.  She has also received her Diversity and Inclusion certification from Cornell University.

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