HOW DO YOU GET STARTED WITH DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION AS AN INDIVIDUAL?
DO’S AND DON’TS
- DO explore the trades with your girls.
- DO explore the trades as a career option with your wives and neighbors
- DO encourage trades apprenticeship programs for teenagers
- DO start conversations about diversity and inclusion at your workplace
- DO encourage workplace awareness of the issues barring women from economic parity
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- BLUE IS THE NEW WHITE
- WOMEN IN TRADES WITH AMY THE SPARKY: SPANNERS WITH MANNERS. THE UK
- TODAY’S ROSIE: MOM IS A TRADESWOMAN
- TED TALKS DAILY: HOW TO FOSTER TRUE DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION AT WORK (AND IN YOUR COMMUNITY).
- TRADESWOMEN TALK: TONYA HICKS She’s the first woman to become a journeyman wireman in local 917 of her hometown in Meridian, Mississippi.
- TRADESWOMEN TALK: TARA DAVIS She worked as an orthodontic technician for over 10 years until her husband Huge Craig a structural Ironworker encouraged her to become an Ironworker.
- REWORKED: CHALLENGING THE DOMINANT NARRATIVE WITH SALMA EL-WARDANY
- REWORKED: CHALLENGING THE WORKPLACE ATTITUDES TO THE MENOPAUSE WITH MEG MATHEWS
By committing to 50/50 By 2030 you will help North Carolina to become a DEI leader in the country. When we close the pay gap North Carolina’s women will achieve economic parity in 10 years instead of 40.
- THE STATE OF WOMEN IN NORTH CAROLINA REPORTS FROM NCDOA
- THE MECKLENBURG WOMEN’S ADVISORY BOARD
- MECKLENBURG COUNTY DEI INNITIATIVE #5
- EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 93 WRAL RELEASE
- BLACK WOMEN AND GIRLS WOULD GET MORE POWER AND PROTECTIONS IN NEW NC BILLS
- NORTH CAROLINA STAY AT HOME ORDER DEFINES CONSTRUCTION AS A “CRITICAL TRADE”.