Organizations have been working to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion for decades, often in a cycle of progress followed by retraction. After an increased focus on racial justice in 2020, many associations are hoping to seed long-lasting change through a new C-suite position: chief diversity officer.
Chief diversity officers aren’t the only ones that have an impact on an organization’s ability to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion. Board members matter, too.
It’s more than just hosting an online conference and supporting remote work. Through more than a year of pandemic disruption, associations have found that shifting their whole culture to a digital mindset can bring about the changes necessary to operate flexibly and virtually for the long term.
Looking at membership in a new way means being inclusive at every level and reimagining what a member is—and needs. Definitions and outdated molds need to be redefined and recast for a sustainable, holistic, and realistic membership strategy.
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