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Amplify! BIPOC Women and Gender Diverse Leaders

November 9, 2021 at 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

$12.00 – $36.00

Amplify! BIPOC Women and Gender Diverse Leaders

Continuing our work in supporting women and girls serving organizations in pursuing diversity, equity, and inclusion practices, we invite you to our next Amplify workshop.

Facilitated by Daisy Pereira-Tosado, this interactive workshop will cover a variety of topics such as:

  • Examining and dismantling inequitable policies and practices including recruitment, hiring, orientation, training, office dress codes, work schedules, and performance evaluations;
  • Taking inventory of the institutional climate and culture to ensure that all voices and experiences are welcomed;
  • Developing a leadership pipeline for other BIPOC staff within the organization;
  • Engaging board members, donors, and other stakeholders in this work.

Workshop participants will leave this workshop with tools to better establish or strengthen the groundwork; one that will champion your BIPOC women and gender-diverse leaders’ success, longevity, and contributions to the organization.

Meet the guest facilitator

Daisy Pereira-Tosado

Daisy Pereira-Tosado is an accomplished leader with 26 years of experience in the non-profit arena. Daisy’s focus is to build resources for targeted and oppressed communities. She has led and served in leadership roles for community-based organizations most recently as the Director of Philanthropy at the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts. Daisy has a proven track record of developing resources that add value to communities and enrich families. She is passionate about breaking down systemic racism and building equity for BIPOC communities. She is dedicated to her community and has volunteered her time at local organizations such as Girls Inc. of Holyoke, Link to Libraries, and the Springfield Puerto Rican Day Parade Committee. Daisy is a graduate of Holyoke High School and Boston University. Daisy has lived in Hampden County for most of her life. She currently resides in Agawam with her wife and children who have currently launched to college.

Connect with Daisy Pereira-Tosado

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November 9, 2021
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
$12.00 – $36.00
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MA United States