Designing, Building, and Implementing
Diversity and Inclusion Programs
This event is being sponsored by the Colorado Springs SHRM chapter. This is a timely subject and PPATD will be exploring it as well in an upcoming 2-Part series in the Fall of 2018.
Designing, Building and Implementing Diversity and Inclusion Programs and Processes in the Olympic and Paralympic Family
Kevin Pearson will share with us the processes that he and his team use in helping his internal and external customers in the development of diversity and inclusion programs. These will provide you with actionable steps in helping you further develop your programs.
As Manager of Diversity & Inclusion for The United States Olympic Committee Kevin has developed and implemented programs and conversations that drive engaging diversity and inclusion on a personal, interpersonal, and organizational level.
His background spans from academic to the world of elite sport while engaging the intersections of dis/ability, race/ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic class.
In advancement of the Olympic and Paralympic movements he manages the Diversity & Inclusion, programming across the USOC, 51 USOC recognized National Governing Bodies (NGB's) and 4 High Performing Multi-Sport Organizations (HPMO's).,
Kevin manages the collection and analysis of diversity data which supports the creation of Diversity Plans, benchmark and scorecard documents for each of the associated NGB's which promotes inclusive recruiting and retention, as well as decisions associated with the FLAME (Finding Leaders Among Minorities Everywhere) collegiate pipeline program.
His prior experience includes the Facilitator role for the Violence Intervention Project with Behavioral Health Services North and as Outreach Coordinator for the Center for Diversity, Pluralism, and Inclusion with SUNY Plattsburgh, NY
He designed programs critical to winning the Colorado SHRM “2015 Diversity Champion Award – “Excellence in Diversity Initiatives" and 2016 Innovations in Diversity Award by Profiles in Diversity Journal.
He volunteers his time as a coach as well as mentor with the First Tee Program for Junior Golfers which Instills The Nine Core values of Honesty, Integrity, Sportsmanship, Respect, Confidence, Responsibility, Perseverance, Courtesy, and Judgment.
When: Tuesday, July 10, 3:00-5:00 PM
Where: Library 21C, Venue Room
1175 Chapel Hills Drive
SHRM Members – $15.00 (USD)
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