Diversity and inclusion in the non-profit sector
This month's interactive session will explore diversity and inclusion in the non-profit sector. How does your organization practice and promote diversity? Explore and discuss ways to bring different voices and talents to the table to address the issues we care so deeply about.
Speaker: Gracie Johnson-Lopez
A native of North Carolina, Gracie Johnson-Lopez brings almost 30 years of a diverse business background to include human resources, operations and diversity.
Currently, Gracie serves as President and senior consultant with her company Diversity & HR Solutions. Most recently, she served for thirteen years as the Senior Vice President of HR and Administration at N.C. Mutual Life Insurance Company. Prior to joining NCM, Gracie was a professional diversity consultant. She also served as the Human Resources Director for the School of Science and Mathematics and the Department of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention. Gracie’s professional career also includes serving as Career Center Director and Senior Employment Recruiter with the Duke University Employment Office. Gracie holds a Bachelor of Art Degree in Public Administration from North Carolina Central University and a Master of Arts degree in Liberal Studies from Duke University. In addition, she holds three professional certificates: Leadership from Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, Diversity & Inclusion from Pope & Associates and the SPHR from the Society of Human Resource Management.
She is active in the community serving on various boards and committees including:Board President, Durham Technical Community College Foundation; Governance Chair, Dress for Success of the Triangle; and, Board Advisor, Black Women in Business-NC.
Presented by Carolina National Insurance Agency
, Non-Profit Roundtable (NPRT) provides networking and educational opportunities for non-profit professionals. Join us the second Wednesday of every month from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
NPRT is powered by Executive Service Corps
, an organization that provides professional, affordable consulting to area non-profits to help them achieve their missions in Orange, Wake, Durham and Chatham counties.
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