Register now! Inclusion Best Practices Series, February 10th, 2016

eaturing a conversation with Candi Castleberry Singleton, Founder and CEO of the Dignity & Respect, Inc.

On February 10th, Candi Castleberry Singleton, will lead a workshop on the 7 Pillars of the Dignity & Respect.  Are you are interested in learning about behaviors that help us create an environment of inclusion, dignity, respect, and engagement for individuals, students, employees, customers, and communities? Join us!

The next Inclusion Best Practices Series session will provide an overview of a real world, practical but engaging approach to creating more inclusive workplaces and communities. During the session, Candi will draw from nearly 15 years of experience serving as the Chief Diversity Officer for Fortune 500 corporations around the country.

Join us on:
February 10th, 7:30am.-9:30am.
Location: Rivers Casino, 777 Casino Dr. Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Free parking available

Learn more about the Speaker

Candi Castleberry Singleton is the founder and chief executive officer of the Dignity & Respect Inc, an organization dedicated to making the world a better place for ALL to live—with ALL of our differences. Based on the foundation of 30 Tips, the Campaign promotes dignity and respect for self, others, and communities.

Candi’s business acumen enhances her approach to partnering with senior executives, business process owners, and community leaders to build sustainable practices for the workplace and marketplace. She has implemented successful initiatives as Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer at UPMC, at Motorola—where she was Vice President of Global Inclusion and Diversity—and at Sun Microsystems, where she led the Global Inclusion Center of Expertise. She has led teams in operations and talent development, and acquired extensive experience in sales management, product marketing and training at Xerox Corporation.

An experienced strategist, Candi created The Integrated Inclusion Model TM, a systems integration model that helps companies transition from compliance-driven processes led by human resources, to integrated activities that shift the responsibility for achieving an inclusive culture to every employee. The model is featured in her chapter of Crossing the Divide: Intergroup Leadership in a World of Difference (Harvard Business School Press, August 2009).

Candi is an international speaker, teacher, and mentor. She has delivered inspiring keynotes and lectures from Beijing to Budapest to Boston and serves as an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University. She received an MBA from Pepperdine University, a bachelor’s degree in legal studies from UC Berkeley, and completed the Stanford University Executive Human Resources program.