The Aging and Disability Business Institute at USAging is excited to announce the selection of participants for its Network Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Learning Collaborative (NDEILC)—a learning opportunity that will equip leaders of networks of aging and disability community-based organizations (CBOs) with the knowledge and skills necessary to create and sustain realistic and actionable DEI strategies to enhance their business culture, create more consumer-friendly programs and services while demonstrating value to the health care ecosystem.
Congratulations to the following organizations:
- Arrowhead Regional Development Commission, Arrowhead Area Agency on Aging, MN
- Bay Aging/VAAACares, VA
- Healthy Aging North Carolina, NC
- Latino Alzheimer’s and Memory Disorders Alliance, IL
- MemoryLane Care Services, OH
- Open Hand Atlanta, Inc., GA
- Region IV Area Agency on Aging, MI
- The Independence Center, CO
- Washington Association of Area Agencies on Aging, WA
- Western New York Integrated Care Collaborative, NY
The selected CBO networks will engage in an interactive curriculum that will cover a wide array of DEI topics and practices such as setting DEI standards, using data to inform strategies, developing DEI strategies to incorporate into network business plans, and how to incorporate DEI into network governance.
The Aging and Disability Business Institute is appreciative to have received so many strong applications and looks forward to the shared lessons to come from the NDEILC.
The Network Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Learning Collaborative is funded through a grant from The John A. Hartford Foundation.