Arcus Course: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for History Organizations
- Nonmember - $90
- Academic Program - $65
- Academic Faculty - $65
- Academic Student - $65
- Partner Institution - $65
- Partner Institution Staff - $65
- Premier Partner Institution - $65
- Premier Institution Staff - $65
- Platinum Partner Institution - $65
- Platinum Institution Staff - $65
- Complimentary - $65
- Individual Membership - $65
- Subscription Services - $65
- Institutional Budget - $65
- Institutional Staff - $65
For the first time in history, there are multiple generational cohorts in the workforce, and the cultural climate in the workplace has shifted. This course is designed to assist leaders in bringing awareness to cultural differences and backgrounds and train staff on how to celebrate them and work together. In this course, we will discuss what DEI is and to effectively drive it as a culture within your organization.
COST: $65 AASLH Members / $90 Nonmembers
FORMAT: Online self-paced, broken into sections expected to be done over 6 weeks approximately 5-7 hours of work per week
- Define diversity, equity, and inclusion
- Identify microaggressions and implicit bias
- Develop as an authentic leader with a knowledge base of DEI
- Resolve and mediate conflict in a respectful and healthy manner
Kellie C. Martin
MPS, BA Instructor
Kellie C. Martin is a Chicagoland Area native and is the mother of a soon-to-be 15-year-old global philanthropist. Kellie has earned a Bachelors in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Marketing Management, a Masters in Organizational Leadership coupled with certificates in Business Acumen and Performance Coaching from Lipscomb University, and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Business Administration from Trevecca Nazarene University. Additionally, she has obtained a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Workplace certificate from the University of South Florida Muma School of Business. She is currently the Director of Special Projects for a charter school network, serving over 3300 Black and Brown scholars in two states.
Kellie has a passion for personal and professional development and growth and is a conduit for change within corporate settings. She is the visionary for The Think Tank, where she partnered with the athletic department at Fisk University to act as a thought partner with student-athletes to journey with them in developing methodologies for transitional thinking from adolescent thought processes into managed adult thinking.
As an advocate for Black women and girls and mental health awareness and support, Kellie is also a member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Metropolitan Nashville Chapter and the Meharry Medical College Mental Health Advisory Board. Her mission is to assist in providing resources, educational tools, and support for those who desire to become their best selves personally and professionally. As well as help business education students increase the value of their degrees by promoting networking, career path development, and a realistic perspective of the American workforce.
If you have any questions, please contact AASLH Professional Development staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-320-3203.