Center for Corporate and Community Equity

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The Center is designed to work within businesses, organizations and communities to address racial disparities and create equitable solutions that improve the quality of life for everyone.

From making corporations more profitable by creating more welcoming and productive work environments to addressing specific health issues in individual communities, the Center for Corporate and Community Equity is creating tailor-made solutions to address challenges and systems so that everyone can thrive.

Consulting Services

From standard DEI trainings that comply with HB7 to tailored trainings to address specific issues in your organization, we have the training solutions for you.

Equity Audit
Through a thorough organizational examination, we can craft a tailored plan to address your specific needs with concrete and practical solutions to improve workplace climate, efficiency, and productivity.

Managers challenged in building and leading diverse teams? Have new leaders not yet skilled in capitalizing on the range of viewpoints and experiences of their staff? We can provide coaching sessions to better navigate challenges and yield your desired results.

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HB7 Training and Information

On July 1, 2022, Florida's House Bill 7 went into effect.  This law, known as the Individual Freedoms Bill, places restrictions on educational institutions and employers on how they can discuss issues related to race.

What's Required
For $35.00, you can watch our training on this important law with Luther Wright, Jr., an experienced labor attorney and training expert.  He walks us through every component of the law, explains the requirements in laymen's terms, and provides guidance from how to best protect your organization from legal issues.  Make sure you're not in jeopardy and watch this video today!

The Business of Race

From Sesame Place to Brigham Young University, we are looking at the latest issues businesses and organizations are facing that are racially charged.  We bring together our experts to discuss the business side of the issue, examining the decisions that led to the controversy and ways that business leaders can ensure they do not have these issues.  And be on the lookout for our upcoming podcast series, The Business of Race, to be out soon!

Would you like to learn more about the Center for Corporate and Community Equity? Sign up below!

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