What Will It Take to Create a Workplace Culture of Respect, Equity, and Value for All

 NEW YORK CITY

What Will It Take Movements, in partnership with A CALL TO MEN, will bring together champions of workplace equity, diversity, and inclusion from across industries to help understand what steps can be made toward achieving true equity in the workplace. The event will consist of a keynote address, corporate case studies, an interactive panel discussion, networking opportunities, and co-creation of shared commitments to creating a workplace culture of respect, equity and value for all. Coffee and light breakfast fare will be served. Stay tuned for more details!

 

WHEN: TBA

The date for this event has not yet been announced.
Please contact us to be notified of the event details.

WHERE: Deloitte Offices | 30 Rockefeller Plaza | New York, NY

SPEAKERS

Marianne Schnall

Marianne Schnall

Founder, What Will It Take Movements
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Toye Wigley

Head, Brand Marketing & Sponsorships,
JPMorgan Chase Advancing Black Pathways

More speakers to be announced soon!

About A CALL TO MEN

A CALL TO MEN educates men all over the world on healthy, respectful manhood. Embracing and promoting a healthy, respectful manhood prevents all forms of gender-based violence.  A CALL TO MEN is a violence prevention organization and respected leader on issues of manhood, male socialization and its intersection with violence, and preventing violence against all women and girls. For more information, visit www.acalltomen.org

About What Will It Take Movements

Founded by author and journalist Marianne Schnall, What Will It Take Movements is a media, collaboration, learning, event and social engagement platform that inspires, connects, educates and engages women everywhere to advance in all levels of leadership and take action. What Will It Take acts as a connective tissue bringing together existing stakeholders and champions of women’s leadership across industries on a single platform to foster collaboration and coordination.

Thank you to our activation partners

and our media partner

Visit our Workplace Equity Initiative Page

for more information and resources