Fostering Inclusive & Diverse Teams

Feb 27, 2024 9:30AM—12:30PM


The Jessie 40 E. Adams St Jacksonville, FL 32202

Cost Nonprofit Center Members: $65; Non-Member Rate: $90

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**This workshop is part of our 2024 Managing Successful Teams Series

How can managers use a lens of equity and inclusion in their work to unleash the highest potential of their teams? This interactive session, designed to address issues of equity, diversity, inclusion, and belonging in working with diverse teams. Leave with a stronger ability to translate your commitment to equity and opportunity for all into your everyday management practices.

Join ReGina Newkirk Rucci, Director of Equity, 904WARD for this practical and actionable 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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