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Gray Area Thinking® Human Inclusivity Training

Tuesday, January 7th, 20206:30 to 8:30 pm

Autumn Grove Park Building1395 Lydia Ave W. @ Hamline

Roseville, MN

 

We’ve all heard the phrase, “diversity and inclusion”, but what does it actually mean to make a workplace or organiza-tion or even our personal lives more diverse and inclusive? How can we get beyond grouping and labeling of other hu-mans according to the color of their skin, the religion they practice, or the country in which they were born? Can we really build a just and inclusive world, especially in this time of such division?

Even more, how can we make our workplace and lives more inclusive of those who are “Other” and different from “us?” Isn’t it time to at least consider a new approach to human inclusivity—where all humans regardless of differences are valued?

Join national speaker, transgender writer and “human inclusionist” Ellen “Ellie” Krug as she conducts her highly valued human inclusivity training, Gray Area Thinking®. This training will provide an easy-to-understand toolset on how to be more welcoming of anyone who is “Other” in our society.

Author of Getting to Ellen: A Memoir about Love, Honesty and Gender Change (2013), Ellie has trained on diversity and inclusion to court systems, law firms, Fortune 100 corporations, and colleges/universities.

She is also a monthly columnist for Lavender Magazine and a weekly radio host on AM950 radio. Her monthly newslet-ter, The Ripple, can be found at www.elliekrug.com. Ellie presently is the founder and president of Human Inspiration Works, LLC (www.humaninspirationworks.com).

Sponsored by Do Good Roseville