Building Better Communities with Social Responsibility

Register for the free online training now:

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Dwayne Pierre-Antoine
Vice President of Operations for the Central/South United States,
Gordian

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Tammy Rimes
Executive Director,
National Cooperative Procurement Partners

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Ky Willson
Senior Staff Analyst, Title VI,
Office of Business Opportunity, Houston, Texas

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Emily Jarvis
Moderator and Senior Events Manager,
GovLoop

State and local governments are focused on setting new benchmarks for social responsibility.

Join us online Wednesday, July 28 from 2-2:45 p.m. ET/11-11:45 a.m. PT for a panel discussion to learn how state and local governments are adopting new practices to keep pace with changing requirements and meet their social responsibility goals.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • Benefits public entities and communities gain from expanding Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) efforts and small business participation.
  • Approaches and resources for meeting your social responsibility goals and requirements, including the role of business partners and cooperatives.
  • How state and local agencies are working to meet their social responsibility goals.

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