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Submit a Presentation Proposal for the Diversify Summit June 19


Have a success story, great idea or proven strategy in diversity and inclusion that you’d like to share?

Through April 18, we're accepting session proposals for the Diversify Summit, a half-day summit featuring breakout sessions on topics related to diversity, inclusion and the 21st century workplace. The Summit will conclude with the Diversify Luncheon featuring a keynote speaker.

Anyone may submit a proposal to lead a one hour session. Your session should inspire your peers via an educational experience and demonstrate diversity and inclusion best practices for the workplace and community.

Submit your proposal via this form.

If selected, you’ll be invited to speak at the June 19 Diversify Summit in Chattanooga.

We’re looking for:

  • Interactive, energetic, future-focused presentations
  • Innovative strategies and creative solutions with measurable outcomes focused on diversity and inclusion in the workplace
  • Clear takeaways for participants

Questions? Contact Darian Scott, Chamber Director of Talent & Economic Inclusion, at [email protected].

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