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Virtual Seminar

On behalf of The BRIDGE Network — “Businesses Building Real Inclusion and Diversity for Genuine Equity” — it is our pleasure to invite you to participate in our initial virtual event on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 beginning at 11:30am.
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Virtual Seminar

Time & Location

Jan 19, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM EST

About the Event

The BRIDGE Network iis a grassroots initiative launched by Capital Region business

professionals to promote and advance inclusion, diversity and equity in the workplace and

greater community. The BRIDGE Network believes a commitment to promoting inclusion,

diversity and equity is essential to recognize and further the potential of every individual —

regardless of race, gender, age, economic or educational background, sexual orientation,

or diverse ability — and to empower our businesses and region to catalyze and accelerate

meaningful change.

While there have been many well-intentioned conversations on this important topic,

definitive action is needed to drive real change. That is what The BRIDGE Network

intends to do by: creating and growing an expansive network of people who support

inclusion, diversity and equity; creating a business and community portal to house vital

tools, training and resources; and creating a free seminar series to include panel

discussions addressing key issues such as workforce training; web and social media

training; equity awareness and education; business ROI on inclusion, diversity and equity;

financial literacy; HR topics and more.

The BRIDGE Network’s first virtual seminar will be held on Tuesday, January 19, 2021,

11:30 – 1pm.

We are excited to present two panels of business professionals who will discuss the issue

of racial equality in the workplace, as follows:

Part I: “My Experience as a Black Professional in the Capital Region”

o Dr. Frederick Miller, CEO and Lead Strategist, The Kaleel Jamison Consulting Group

o Dr. Paul Miller, CEO and Principal, Green Tech High Charter School

o Jonathan Jones, Commissioner - Recreation, Youth & Workforce Services, City of


Part II: “Supporting Diversity in the Capital Region Workplace”

o Jeannine Trimboli, Owner, Real [FIT] Life

o Susan Ungerman, Owner and President, Ungerman Electric

o Richard Nacy Warner, Principal Consultant, Nacy Warner Associates

This panel will be moderated by Yolanda Caldwell, Chief Diversity Officer, The College of

Saint Rose

There is no cost to attend, but you must register in advance for this webinar:


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining

the webinar.

We appreciate your interest and participation and look forward to your support as we work

to foster meaningful change, both for individuals and organizations throughout the Capital


Registration is Closed

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