Diversifying Your Board: What Will It Take?
May 19, 2021 - May 19, 2021
5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Rosaida Morales Rosario
- Why should you diversify your Board?
- What values are important to sustain a racially and ethnically diverse organization?
- How do you do a better job at recruiting volunteers, donors, and board members from a more racially and ethnically diverse pool?
- How do we create a more inclusive and welcoming organization?
This workshop is designed for board and staff teams.
To maximize effectiveness, each nonprofit must register at least two individuals to attend this workshop — one board member and one staff member. No more than four individuals can register.
Questions? Email Stephanie Chung
About the presenter
Rosaida Morales Rosario is the founder and president of Rosario & Associates, LLC a minority-owned small business firm specializing in change management, organizational development, diversity and social justice consultation. She is also co-owner of Rosario/Shapiro Consulting Group, a state-certified woman-owned small/minority business enterprise which is also multiracial and multicultural and focuses on diversity, equity and inclusion consultation, equity and organizational culture audits and strategic planning for inclusion of emerging or underserved markets.
Rosario has 46 years of experience in management and training, strong analytical and evaluative thinking skills, and is highly skilled at helping others manage change and negotiate different perspectives to reach common goals.
Her work experience prior to founding Rosario & Associates included being National Executive Vice President at the National Puerto Rican Forum, State Director of the CT Puerto Rican Forum and positions in corporate training and development at Travelers Insurance. She started her career in Hartford as a public school teacher. She is an alumna of Harvard University’s Executive Management Program; Wesleyan University; Institute for Educational Leadership of Washington, D.C.; and the American Leadership Forum/Leadership Greater Hartford.