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What’s Training, Talent and Talking Got To Do With It? Diversity and Multiculturalism In Today’s Society
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What should have been topics long ago off the table are more important than ever. Front and center in our current presidential campaign are diversity and multicultural issues. In our corporate boardrooms: diversity and multicultural issues. In our classrooms and teacher lounges: diversity and multicultural issues. In our work cubicles, office spaces, field sites, labs, departmental divisions, police stations and executive suites: diversity and multiculturalism. They are the topics that thread us together for better or worse, richer or poorer, in sickness and in health.
Diversity and multiculturalism are who we are and how we connect. We just need to find better opportunities to bridge the gap between enhancing our educational awareness of each other to yield better and more effective cooperative collaborations.
We’ll explore these twin topics during today’s program in our conversation with educator and community advocate Nancy Thompson. She’ll talk about an upcoming Community/Police Forum that will cover everything from racial profiling to drugs in our street.
Then I will walk you about three new events my company is producing to help drive the conversations forward: The November 3rd Multicultural Conference and our upcoming public trips to India and Cuba.
Topics that should pique your interest. Topics that should expand your thoughts and actions in relevant and amazing new ways.
CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE NOV 3rd MULTICULTURAL CONFERENCE
CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR TRIPS TO INDIA AND CUBA
By Carole Copeland Thomas
It’s with joy and excitement I announce my TWO international group tours for 2017:
India in February and Cuba in June.
Hurry and Register before September 30th and get ready for an adventure-filled new year!
Limited Space…Register Today
Everything is detailed at my brand new travel website:
India: February 17- 25, 2017
During The Massachusetts School Vacation Week
Cuba: June 23-30, 2017
Following the End of School For Massachusetts
The sights, sounds and beautiful people of India will captivate your heart and soul. Experience the breathtaking scenery with an array of colors. Try foods with new textures and tastes. It's a trip you will remember for years to come. It will provide wonderful opportunities to learn from the Indian people about their rich history and culture.
St. Augustine, Florida to Cuba
Most people don't realize that there were many slaves who escaped Georgia and the Carolinas and fled SOUTH...ending up in St. Augustine, Florida. They were freed and later left Florida with the Spaniards for Cuba in the mid 1700s. We'll trace this bold and daring route with our June 2017 trip to CUBA. It's an experience you won't want to miss!
Read about these great locations and explore the complete trip agendas at the website.
Bring your friends, family members and colleagues on these amazing trips.
Both trips originate from BOSTON. However, you can join our trips from anywhere in the world!
Call me at 508 947-5755 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel is the BEST way to become a cross-cultural ambassador and explore the world. It’s educational, inspiring and puts new adventure in your life.
Both trips are OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.
A $300 deposit reserves your spot. Deadline is September 30, 2016
Monthly payment plans are available.
All major credit cards accepted.
Visit www.msstravelandtours.com for complete details.
See you in India AND Cuba!
-Carole Copeland Thomas
Certified International Tour Manager
Employee Resource Groups (ERG) at State Street Corporation are some of the best managed and supported in corporate America. With more than 30 in operation, these ERGs provide internal associations for culturally and professionally-minded colleagues from diverse and similar backgrounds. Ritesh Mehrotra co-leads one of these groups, The Indian Employee Network.
As a Distinguished Panelist at the November 6th Multicultural Conference, Ritesh will share best practices and group dynamics on how his group thrives in an ever growing organization.
State Street Corporation is the LEAD SPONSOR of the Multicultural Symposium Series.
Ritesh Mehrotra is a hands-on technology leader in enterprise applications development working as an IT VicePresident at State Street Corporation. Ritesh is leading the design and development of Client Data Integration platform for State Street Investment Analytics. He specializes in leveraging talented resources across the globe to deliver a fully functional system and support model. He is a graduate of of Babson College and Boston University. Ritesh’s interest include hearing on mobile computing platform, multicultural team management and industrialized agile. He started with State Street in February 2002 and serves as one of the co-leaders of the Indian Employee Network at State Street.
We hope that YOU will attend this upcoming conference. It will be held at the University of Massachusetts - Boston Campus - Student Center (Alumni Lounge 2nd Floor) on Thursday November 6, 2014 from 8am to 3pm. Tickets are only $99, which includes a 12 month membership in the Multicultural Symposium Series.
Click Here to register for the Multicultural Conference.
Click Here to learn more about the Multicultural Conference.
For further information contact Carole Copeland Thomas at 508 947-5755 or email email@example.com
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