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Human Services Network of Colorado

Understanding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

  • 01/23/2024
  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Zoom Webinar
  • 43


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This interactive workshop on the basics of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is a dynamic and engaging learning experience designed to foster a deeper understanding of key DEI concepts. In this workshop, participants will embark on a journey to explore the critical aspects of diversity, equity, and inclusion, while also addressing important topics such as accessibility, bias, empathy, and dignity.

Through a combination of informative presentation, group discussion, and interactive activities, participants will gain practical knowledge and skills to promote a more inclusive and equitable environment in their personal and professional lives. Breakout sessions will encourage participants to connect with one another, share their experiences, and collaborate on solutions, making it a truly immersive and enriching learning experience.


  • Enhance Understanding: The first objective of this workshop is to deepen participants' understanding of the core principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Through interactive discussions and real-world examples, participants will gain insight into the significance of these concepts and how they intersect with accessibility, bias, empathy, and dignity.
  • Identify Personal Biases: Our second objective is to help participants recognize their own biases and unconscious prejudices. By engaging in self-reflection exercises and open dialogues, attendees will develop the ability to identify and challenge their biases, a crucial step towards creating more inclusive environments.
  • Foster Empathy and Connection: The third objective is to foster empathy and encourage meaningful connections among participants. Through breakout sessions and group activities, attendees will have the opportunity to share their experiences, learn from one another, and collectively brainstorm strategies for promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in their communities and workplaces. Building empathy and connections will be key to ensuring lasting positive change.

Presenter: Sydney Jackson-Clockston Presenter: Sydney Jackson-Clockston, MTM

Sydney founded Citrine Unlimited LLC in 2020 as a tool to empower and mobilize clients. She is committed to creating a transformative experience through her dynamic, engaging presentations. Sydney is an accessibility advocate, mental health normalizer, and a 2022 Good Business Colorado Award winner. She just published My Own Worst Enemy: Understanding and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome. Sydney is also a member of Consultants For Good, Good Business Colorado, Woman in Sustainability, Posner Center of International Development, and Colorado Neurodiversity Chamber of Commerce

Eligible for 1.5 hours Certificate of Completion

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