The Center for Healthy Nonprofits is excited to host a 4-part webinar, led by Domonic Rollins – Leading Inclusively: Identity & Community Development for Nonprofit Professional Staff
Domonic Rollins recently presented at our Reimaging Nonprofit Board Conference on the topic of Inclusion for Boards. We are excited to have him back to present a four-part series geared to nonprofit professional staff on the topic of Inclusion, Diversity, Equality and Access (IDEA). He will be offering four 90-minute virtual training sessions focused on the personal and professional identity journey for non-profit leaders in pursuit of creating more diverse, equitable, and inclusive organizations.
Each session will build on the preceding one. It is best if you can attend all four sessions. The registration links are included in each session description.
- April 26 | 11:00 AM – 12:30 AM | Who Am I As A Nonprofit Leader: Recognizing Our Stories, Identities & Blind Spots | Register
- May 17 | 11:00 AM – 12:30 AM | Who Are We As A Community: Understanding Socializing Forces, Data & Information | Register
- June 21 | 11:00 AM – 12:30 AM | How Do We Move: Using Reflection & Dialogue to Lead Inclusively | Register
- July 12 | 11:00 AM – 12:30 AM | Staying in Action: Charting One’s Growth & Development | Register
Session I: Who Am I As a Nonprofit Leader
Recognizing Our Stories, Identities & Blind Spots.
Leading an organization inclusively requires one to have a keen understanding of who they are and how they show up. The session will focus on nonprofit leaders reflecting on who they are, how they came to be, and what might get in the way of their leadership. Specifically addressing unconscious bias, this session will draw out the mind bugs from birth that hamper our ability to include others who are different from ourselves.
This session will be held via Zoom on April 26, 2023 from 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM.
To register, please select the ‘Register Here’ button above.
About Domonic Rollins
Domonic Rollins is an expert facilitator of inclusive organizational change. With a specific focus on creating conditions where marginalized people can thrive, Domonic aids leaders and organizations in engaging in difficult conversations about race, identity, and difference. He has served as the inaugural Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) at The Dalton School located in New York City. In this role, Domonic provided leadership and oversight to develop a comprehensive diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy to support the fundamental Dalton principle that diverse beliefs, ethnicities, cultures, and lifestyles are a critical underpinning of successful education in today’s global society.
He also served as the inaugural Senior Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Harvard Graduate School of Education. In that role, Domonic provided leadership and vision for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion at HGSE, in alignment with school-wide priorities. Domonic executed a broad range of strategic and tactical activities related to the identification, development, and delivery of diversity and inclusion initiatives for faculty, students, and staff. A hallmark of his work there and presently is translating big ideas about diversity and inclusion into practical solutions and considerations for organizations and interpersonal relationships.
Prior to joining HGSE, Domonic was the senior education and training specialist in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at the University of Maryland. He earned his Ph.D. in Higher Education, Student Affairs, and International Education Policy from the University of Maryland–College Park, where his dissertation research investigated how Black male administrators navigate racism in higher education.