Inclusive Conversations: Beyond Policy Into Practice

Thursday, April 19, 2018 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
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Nonprofit Marketing Guide

Antionette Kerr is joining us with guest Kim Pevia for our third webinar in the series we are calling Inclusive Conversations.

Antionette is a former nonprofit executive reporter by training who has asked many of these questions of colleagues, diversity and inclusion trainers, and the Nonprofit Marketing Guide Community.

Kim is bringing her expertise to the conversation from her work as a diversity and inclusion trainer for more than 20 years.

During this webinar, we'll cover:

  • Real life scenarios of communications pros who have implemented the Inclusive Conversations tools
  • Best Practices in Diverse Communications
  • Tools for keeping your allies--- allied during these difficult conversations
  • Tools for promoting diversity throughout the entire agency
  • How diversity communications can impact your bottom line in fundraising and friendraising

*Note: These webinars are a safe zone…so bring your questions and an open mind.

This webinar will be presented by Antionette Kerr featuring Kim Pevia

Antionette Kerr began covering nonprofits as a contributing journalist and columnist over 20 years ago through small publications affiliated with The New York Times, GateHouse Media and Halifax Media along with several regional magazines. After spending 15 years as an executive director and a social media correspondent for nonprofits she has combined those passions to form Bold & Bright Media and is currently co-authoring Modern Media Relations for Nonprofits: Creating an Effective PR Strategy for Today’s World. Learn more about Antionette and her writing adventures at

Kim Pevia is an experienced life strategist, an engaging keynote speaker, and a uniquely skilled experiential style transformational workshop facilitator. Diversity of favorite topics include Emotional intelligence, Gifts of Conflict, Impacts of Historical Trauma, Cultural Healing, Innocuous Nature of Fear. She serves on many local, state and national boards that support community activism and local economy through arts, food, culture, and tourism.

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