Creating Sustainable Change for the 7th Generation
 

The 2013 Diversity Community Roundtable is offered by the Diversity Consortium of Tompkins County (DCTC) in partnership with the Tompkins County chapter of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRMTC). The event provides the community with the opportunity to learn tools and strategies to assist us in overcoming the challenges we experience in addressing diversity and to help us prepare for the next steps in creating a diverse and inclusive community in which to work, live, and learn.

The theme for this year’s Roundtable is, “Creating Sustainable Change for the 7th Generation.” This day-long conference includes two keynote presentations, morning and afternoon breakout sessions, and lunch. Our keynote presenters this year are: Tadodaho Sidney Hill presenting “Words That Come Before All Else”, and our lunch keynote is Rabbi Brian Walt.

Typically we have over 200 participants that hail from various organizations and businesses all over Tompkins County, including significant numbers from Cornell and Ithaca College. The cost for participating is very low ($45/person early registration; $60/person after early deadline) to encourage participation from individuals and organizations who would not otherwise be able to afford to be involved. In addition, we have a number of local and regional vendors, several of which represent women and diversity owned businesses in the area.

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