Dimensions of Diversity: A Personal Approach

By Felicia Wiltz, Veronica Porter and Patricia Venter.

Published by The Diversity Collection

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Article: Print $US10.00
Article: Electronic $US5.00

This interactive workshop will give attendees a hands-on demonstration of one of the modules from the Cultural Awareness Train-the-Trainer Program used at a large, predominantly white, American private university.

Keywords: Dimensions of Diversity, Diversity Training, Diversity Management, Diversity Strategies, Cultural Awareness, Work Culture

International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp.59-66. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 817.100KB).

Dr. Felicia Wiltz

Dr. Felicia P. Wiltz is currently an Assistant Professor and Assistant Chair in the Department of Sociology at Suffolk University, where she teaches courses in Work, Race, Welfare, Immigration and Research Methods. Her research is in the area of Welfare Reform and Work, Racial and Gender Inequalities in the Workplace and within the Healthcare System. She has been trained as a diversity trainer and has conducted diversity trainings within a university setting.

Veronica Porter

Veronica Porter is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cooperative Education at Northeastern University, where she coordinates the program for Biology and Biochemistry majors and serves as Disability Liaison.

Ms Patricia Venter

Patricia Venter held the position of Diversity Program Director for the Division of Cooperative Education when she retired from Northeastern University after 26 years of service in June 2004. She was the initiator of the division's Cultural Awareness Train-the-Trainer Program. She has several years experience in managing and facilitating diversity education initiatives, developing/coordinating programs to enhance cross-cultural awareness, and working with employers in the development of programs to enhance efforts of workforce diversification. Ms Venter received the President's Diversity Recognition Award from Northeastern University in May 2001.

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