Equity ◆ Inclusion ◆ Belonging
An Important Message
From Our Founder and Board of Directors
As an education organization dedicated to eradicating racism, bias and prejudice, DLA stands for Justice and Equity and will continue to serve as a pivotal resource for sustainable change in our community.
The tragic and senseless killing of George Floyd and so many other African American men and women in our communities speaks squarely to the deep-rooted, systemic racism that exists in America. We must be vigilant in identifying, addressing head-on and eradicating this racism in order to bring about real change. We hear you and we feel your pain, hurt, anger and fear and want to take all of that energy and harness it into a powerful tool of action, where through Education we can begin a series of healing dialogues that ignites change.
About Diversity Leadership Alliance
Diversity Leadership Alliance is the premier Diversity Education organization in Arizona. We provide thought-provoking Diversity training, leadership guidance and continued support to help cultivate an inclusive community where each individual is valued and respected.
Monthly workshops, with attendance averaging over 100 each month, feature world-class diversity practice leaders who promote leadership skills and educate attendees on a wide variety of topics. Participants gain valuable tools and information that can be implemented in their organizations and community.Upcoming Workshops
2 Days! The 19th Annual Diversity Conference & Awards Luncheon will be held on October 29th and 30th, 2020 • 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
- Theme: Uncomfortable Conversations that Ignite Change
- Location: Online – Zoom
Youth Leadership Academy
The DLA Youth Leadership Academy, supports Phoenix area high school students. It is designed to support students transitioning from school to work or college, with tools and resources to help build their leadership skills. Students participate in monthly workshops, the DLA mentor program and are eligible to apply for DLA scholarships.Youth Leadership Program
Our Monthly workshops focus on Diversity awareness and education and are both informational and interactive. On average, our workshops attract around 100-125 participants monthly. Workshops are always FREE to attend however registration is required. Past workshops have included topics such as The Art of Forgiveness, Unintentional Bias, Microinequities, Multicultural Do’s and Don’ts and the State of Mentoring & How to Make it Work for your Organization.
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Friends of DLA
City of Phoenix-Equal Opportunity Department
City of Phoenix – Water Department
City of Scottsdale
Coconino County – Public Works
Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply
Girl Scouts – AZ Cactus Pine Council
Scottsdale Community College
Become a DLA Partner today to help support all of DLA’s programs.
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