The first global online community for D&I champions
Why tackle D&I challenges together, as a community?
The benefits of a Global D&I Knowledge Community
Accelerate your D&I journey
While 70% of change initiatives fail, you can learn what D&I mistakes others have done and improve your chances for success
Manage Diversity Fatigue
People feel isolated and burn out when they invest in D&I and see little to no results. Share the challenges on monthly calls and get feedback and ideas from peers.
Get further through collaborations
Meet other D&I champions at least as committed as you are and identify who you want to collaborate with in the future to drive change together.
What’s unique about the Global D&I Knowledge Community?
WHO WE ARE:
D&I champions: 40+ companies, NGOs, experts, D&I tech solutions
Cross-industry: tech, FMCG, financial services, gaming, education, & others
Highly-engaged: invite-only membership
Global: 10+ countries
WHAT WE DO
🧠 Knowledge Sharing: share & learn from each others’ mistakes (70% of change initiatives fail)
✌️Collaborations: get further, together
💞Peer-to-peer support: prevent & manage Diversity Fatigue
Who can benefit from the community?
And featured members
People & HR Managers
to learn from and avoid the mistakes their peers made
VP People & Workplace at SoundCloud
Location: Berlin, Germany
Diversity & Inclusion Leads
to expand D&I expertise across new geographies
Global Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Looker
Location: San Francisco, USA
D&I Startup Founders
to hear first-hand about the D&I challenges organizations have
Daniel 'Tuba' D'Souza
CEO, Crescendo, behaviour change platform for D&I
Location: Toronto, Canada
Individual D&I Champions
to invest in their own knowledge in the D&I domain
Career Coach, Dublin Business School
Location: Dublin, Ireland
What members of the community say
Thomas Shaw, Systems Engineer in gaming:
“On a human level, it is so nice to meet a wider range of people from all over the world with a shared goal of making the world better through building inclusive organizations.
The breadth of knowledge is unique!”