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November 18, 2021 BAHRA Program - Intent vs. Impact: Considering Marginalized Identities in the Development of Ethical Policies
Thursday, November 18, 2021, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM MST
Category: Webinars

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JOIN BAHRA FOR "INTENT vs IMPACT: CONSIDERING MARGINALIZED IDENTITIES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ETHICAL POLICIES"
presented by Emily Perry of Colorado Community College System - CCCOnline
(This event is intended to qualify for HRCI's annual Ethic credit requirement)
WHEN: Thursday, November 18, 2021
11:30 am - Networking
11:45 am - Introductions and Announcements
Elections for the 2022 Board
12:00 pm - Program starts
WHERE: Zoom Link sent with Registration Confirmation
SPONSORED BY:

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PROGRAM DETAILS:
Have you ever wondered how your organization's policies and procedures impact the diverse identities of your employees? While the vast majority of policies and procedures are created with intent to support all employees, many will better serve those employees with privileged identities. Organizations must continually evaluate the impact of their policies and procedures to minimize micro- and macro-aggressions, acknowledge the inherent power imbalances in the workplace, and maintain active allyship with those from marginalized communities.
DURING THIS SESSION, ATTENDEES WILL LEARN:
Members can expect to learn how to evaluate their policies and procedures to oppose the following: White supremacy, sexism, heterosexism, transphobia, ableism, and classism. Members will also be able to identify ways in which they can modify their organizations practices to dismantle power imbalances and be more inclusive. 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Emily Perry headshot  Emily Perry, M.Ed. is the Access and Equity Services Professional for the CCCOnline division of the Colorado Community College System. Her role consists of supporting students with disabilities, ensuring student’s civil rights are met, and educating faculty and     staff on subjects including implicit bias, anti-racism, systemic and procedural barriers, intersectionality, trauma-informed care, and compliance. Emily has a Master’s of Education in Higher Educational Leadership from Oakland University and has been advocating   for students with disabilities since she first entered the workforce in 2017. Emily has hundreds of hours of training and experience in trauma-informed care, resiliency, crisis management, and empathy through roles in a 24/7 sexual aggression crisis call service as    well as her work with a domestic violence safehouse in Loveland, CO.

 
Recertification Credit: This program has been submitted for 1 hour of both HRCI and SHRM Certification credits. (must attend live event to receive credits)
Cost: Free for BAHRA Members; $55 for Guests
(Members of another CO-SHRM Chapter such as MILE HIGH SHRM, NCHRA, etc may attend BAHRA events at the member price.  Enter the discount code of “COSHRM” when you register.)
REGISTER HERE
Please remember that BAHRA only accepts payment by credit card.   For registration questions, please contact us at [email protected]
Deadline to register is the Wednesday before the event at midnight.  

Cancellation Policy:  BAHRA no longer offers refunds on cancellations.  If you have questions, please contact us at [email protected]
PHOTO/VIDEO RELEASE: By attending this event, photographs and videos of the event and individuals will be public and possibly used in future marketing for the Boulder Area Human Resource Association and its Associates. 
NOTE: 
The opinions and information provided by Boulder Area Human Resource Association event speakers are strictly those of the speakers.  BAHRA does not necessarily endorse their opinions and has not independently verified the information presented. 
For more information:
Email: [email protected]