Over the past two years, many organizations are turning to the issues of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) with renewed focus. 

Yet, according to Korn & Ferry research, 64% of organizations identify building diverse and inclusive teams as a key challenge.

In this webinar, our panel will discuss how to assess, develop, and implement ESG and DEI strategies within your company to improve how events are produced and executed. Leveraging their skills as consultants in economic impact, supplier diversity, and digital accessibility, panelists will share recommendations for achieving a culture where people thrive, organizations are empowered, and sustainability efforts are supported.

Have a question for the panel? Submit your questions in advance and we’ll include it in the discussion. 

There is much to be covered on this important topic. Following the panelist discussion, save time in your schedule from 4:00 - 4:30 ET | 1:00 - 1:30 PT. We invite you to join small, peer-to-peer discussions to continue the conversation and network with fellow attendees. 

Accessibility for This Webinar

The Event Leadership Institute is committed to learning how to improve our events and technology platform to be more digitally accessible and inclusive to the widest possible audience. 

We are diligently working internally, and with our partners and technology providers, to actively develop a more accessible experience. 

For this February 16 webinar, closed-captioning is available. If you need any assistance with captioning, engaging, or accessing resources, please contact us:

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  • Email: info@eventleadershipinstitute.com

While we will do our best to accommodate requests, please note that it may not always be possible to do so for all content or areas of the webinar. We are committed to work together to find a solution as needed. 

Announcing Our Newest Course: Event DEI Strategist

With DEI emerging as a critical part of almost every company's ESG strategy, event and meeting planners play a crucial role in implementing those initiatives.

From developing a workplace culture that supports a strategic commitment to DEI and building partnerships to tools and resources to use along the way, Event DEI Strategist is designed to help industry professionals recognize, approach, intervene and dismantle systems and processes that aren't diverse, equitable, or inclusive. 

Thank You to Our Partner

Hubilo is the virtual + hybrid event platform built for engagement and event excellence. Hubilo's mission is to drive engagement - first and foremost - yielding greater business results.  Engagement with your deeply branded experience, paired with our proactive and full-time customer success team ensures every event run on the Hubilo platform executes perfectly every time.


Wed, Feb 16

02:55 PM


6 Speakers

Zoe Moore, CDP®
Zoe Moore, CDP®

Instructor | Event Leadership Institute at Principal | Grow with Zomo

Samantha (Sam) Evans, CAE, MBA
Samantha (Sam) Evans, CAE, MBA

Certification Manager at IAPP

Tammy Kockaya, CMP, CMM
Tammy Kockaya, CMP, CMM

Chief Strategy & Growth Officer at Event Leadership Institute

Tracey Jarmon
Tracey Jarmon

Chief of Staff at CapEQ

Shameka Jennings, CMP, CAE
Shameka Jennings, CMP, CAE

Principal and Chief Events Officer at EventsNoire

Erika White, CDE
Erika White, CDE

Owner and Principal Consultant at Tourism Diversity Matters


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