NKY Chamber to host summit series on DEI

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The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is hosting its next diversity, equity, and inclusion Summit Series, “Overcoming the Frozen Middle: Where Decisions Get Traction.

The diversity, equity, and inclusion Summit Series events explore how to integrate initiatives into standard practice and make the region more inclusive for all with ideas, discussions, and strategic guidance from experts to help organizations create tangible, measurable outcomes to work toward.

The event will be held from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Friday, April 21, at the NKY Chamber offices, 300 Buttermilk Pike, Suite 330, Fort Mitchell.

Scheduled panelists include:

  • Dy’an Marinos is a diversity professional certified by the National Diversity Council with extensive experience in education, nonprofit, and corporate arenas. She is the Senior HR manager for diversity, equity, and inclusion at DHL Express, Net Operations, Americas. She drives diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging efforts at the CVG, Miami, and Atlanta Hubs.
  • Reshamar R. Short is the senior director of diversity, equity, and inclusion of The Kroger Co. In partnership with the company’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advisory Council, Associate Resource Groups, and key functional leaders, he develops, implements, and monitors the “Framework for Action: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion,” a collaborative approach to developing actions that will positively impact the company’s culture and communities.
  • Leisa Snyder is the director of workforce development at Atlas Air. In her role, she establishes relationships and partnerships with education and industry partners, workforce development, and government organizations to build and strengthen talent pipelines for high-demand positions within the company.
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Tickets are $20 for NKY Chamber members, $35 for future NKY Chamber members, and the NKYP rate is $15. The capacity for this event will be limited to 60 people. To register, click here.

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