On Friday, March 27th, I-DIEM hosted the third Virtual Convening on the Coronavirus and Equity in Response.  During this important virtual convening, experts provided specific input related to ensuring an equitable and inclusive public health and emergency management disaster response to marginalized and front-line individuals and communities.

We appreciate our featured experts:

  • Suja S. Amir, Founding Board Member of Asian Latino Solidarity Alliance of Central Virginia
  • Karen E. Jones, Meals on Wheels Coordinator with Radford-Fairlawn Daily Bread
  • Tom Love, Director of Business Development, PolicyMap
  • Facilitated by: Chauncia Willis, Co-Founder and CEO and Curtis Brown, Co-Founder and COO

 

About the Institute for Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Management

Our organization consults with governments, businesses and community service organizations to intentionally integrate and operationalize equity in all elements of the Emergency Management cycle. I-DIEM provides training, conducts assessments and develops equitable programs with true representation from the “whole community.” If you would like support or guidance, please contact a member of our team.

 

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