The American Conference on Diversity serves to
advocate, educate, motivate
and bring people together
Now more than ever, there’s a need to create inclusive and welcoming workplace environments to build productive, efficient teams. Our services focus on professional development to address disruptive and discriminatory behaviors of individuals in the workplace.
The No Hate Town Hall aligns with our role in providing educational forums to combat hate and its mission of empowering individuals and institutions to address issues of bias and discrimination.
“Just a quick note of thanks for inviting our LFD group to participate in your workshop. The potential LFD’ers for next year came back excited and ready to forge a new path here at FTHS! You and your group are an awesome inspiration…Thank you for all that you do!”
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank the American Conference on Diversity for continued support and collaboration over the past years. The relationship has been sensitive to the needs of our population, customizing our Diversity Training to be inclusive of students, faculty, staff and administrators. The feedback from the participants has been excellent. In fact, through the Human Relations Advisory Council, the University has made the commitment to fund the Training annually and a group focusing on diversity initiatives, the Alliance for a Diverse Campus, has been established. American Conference on Diversity’s contributions have certainly made a difference to the Monmouth University community!
I look forward to future collaborations with the American Conference on Diversity.”
“Working with the American Conference on Diversity has provided a valuable opportunity for affirmation of personal knowledge, opportunities to benchmark with others in similar fields, and ongoing professional development in the ever-expanding arenas of diversity management and cultural competency. I sincerely look forward to a continued rapport and participation in future programs and activities.”
“Discussions were really dynamic and I learned many concepts/examples that I can share with my staff.”