The Copper Door B&B and Ana Sofía Peláez, author of the James Beard-nominated The Cuban Table, come together for a Cuban inspired lunch and conversation about the cultural differences that keep us apart and the city that needs us to come together. This connection experience is necessary in South Florida because it incorporates how important cultural diversity is and how they make up who we are in our communities.
Many times, even among Asians, there are misconceptions and stereotypes about what it means to be Asian. By creating a safe environment, we are allowing a space for these seemingly "silly" questions to be addressed and for us to embrace the differences that divide us. The National Association of Asian American Professionals along with SoFlo Asians, Asian American Advisory Board - Miami Dade County, and Chopsticks House are inviting all local south Floridians to learn more about Asian professionals' points of views on issues throughout our region. Come and listen to us share what are our challenges are and how we overcome them. The panelists will hold different professions and be from various parts of Asia. We welcome questions from the participants and hope that the discussions create an understanding that bridges diversity and compassion for inclusion.
Bringing together the Miami community for an afternoon of dynamic professional development workshops and networking with Target leaders - there will be food, drinks, music, and fun surprises! The business case for Diversity & Inclusion is about being able to find employees that reflect the perspectives of consumers. During our time together, you will walk away with the tools and examples of things you can do to activate who you are within your organization and in the service of your organizations purpose. The goal is for you to learn to be yourself in a group while also being one of the group.
The landscape of our state has been changing rapidly, more immigrants have settled and cities/counties have changed tremendously. This event will create an environment in which the community will be able to talk and discuss safely around these issues.
A group of Broward leaders is bringing together South Florida locals to engage in a conversation around race and equity. This conversation will be an interactive workshop that will help us as a community to come together around a common issue.