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  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
     March 22, 2022
     9:00 am - 10:00 am

What does DEI look like in the workplace?  How do you start the conversation?

In this session, Amy Flynn from Insperity will:

  1. Provide an overview of DEI
  2. Discuss what the benefits are for workers and employers who build this type of culture
  3. Share best practices and strategic steps you can take to becoming a more inclusive workplace

Register prior to Monday, March 21st at 6:00 pm to receive the Link, Meeting ID and Passcode the day prior. You must be pre-registered prior to 7:45 am the day of the event to receive the link.


About Amy:
Amy Flynn is a Diversity and Inclusion Consultant with Insperity where she works with leaders and teams on strategic diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives. With an academic and twenty-five year professional background in DE&I, human resources, coaching, counseling psychology, and higher education, Amy has worked with thousands of individuals and countless companies to help them to reach their organizational and professional goals. Her experience in the area of DEI spans her career and includes expertise in strategic planning, training, development of impactful diversity and inclusion programs and initiatives, and content creation.

An educator and trusted client partner and adviser, Amy believes that relationships and inclusion are the foundation to all that we do and that how we understand and treat others is fundamental to personal and professional success. She finds great joy in helping clients to reflect on where they are on their DE&I journey and then designing a unique path forward based on growth opportunities. A graduate of Merrimack College with a BA in Psychology, Amy earned a MS in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University and is certified in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace. Amy resides outside of Boston, MA with her family. She enjoys all four seasons but loves a summer day on Cape Cod the best.


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