Webinar: Creating and Championing an Awesome Org Culture

What does it look like when an organization’s culture matches the values of the people who work there? How do we hold employees accountable for maintaining the culture? What does it mean to create a truly inclusive culture?

Join us for an interactive panel discussion on what it really means to create an organizational culture that reflects your values as an organization. We’ll unpack these questions and more as we dive into conversations around diversity, inclusion, equity, and work/life balance. Additionally, we’ll explore solutions and examples of successful organizational cultural transformations.

 

Speaker: Ken Montenegro
Ken Montenegro is a Los Angeles native and has been a nonprofit technologist for over 17 years. He has been fortunate enough to work with the Northeast Valley Health Corporation; Maternal & Child Health Access; Homeless Healthcare Los Angeles; and the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles. He is currently the Information Technology Director at Asian Americans Advancing Justice Los Angeles.
Speaker: Jason Shim
Jason Shim is the Digital Media Manager at Pathways to Education Canada in Toronto. Before joining Pathways to Education, Jason's experience included working as a frontline youth worker as well as supporting online communities for a research thinktank. You can find Jason on Twitter at @jasonshim.
Speaker: Maddie Grant
Maddie Grant is an expert digital strategist and culture change consultant whose superpower is skillful shepherding of organizations through cultural and digital transformation, with specific expertise in internal (staff) and external (member/customer) engagement. Alongside her consulting work at Human Workplaces, Maddie is an accomplished speaker and author and has written several books with her partner (in business and life) Jamie Notter, including Humanize: How People Centric Organizations Succeed in a Social World (2011), When Millennials Take Over: Preparing for the Ridiculously Optimistic Future of Business, (2015) and the Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement, published in January 2019.
Speaker: Jill Beasley
Jill Beasley is Director, Consulting Practice at Aptify. Over the past 4 years, Aptify has been on a transformational journey developing a purpose-driven culture. Jill has more than 25 years of experience in AMS implementation, project management, IT operations, database marketing, corporate training, and team development. Prior to joining Aptify, Jill was the Vice President of IT Operations for 18 years at a large high-tech trade association, where she facilitated the objectives of various teams, including membership, meetings, education, foundation, government affairs, and affinity partnerships.