The class modules and discussion with other participants made me more aware of how my actions and personal biases can get in the way of creating a inclusive environment. I am also more sensitive to the way others behave (towards me or other people) and can see how their own personal biases may lead the interaction to happen in that manner. Prior to the course, I thought if we have diversity, then it is all good. But now after the course, I realize that having diversity is good, but not good enough if we don't have inclusion in the equation. That is a big eye opener for me.
Webinar 3: Building Regional Relationships - February 1st at 2 pm ET (12pm MST)
Register at the top right of this page. Registration will close Tuesday, January 30 at 4pm MST.
The Integrated Food Safety Centers of Excellence (CoEs) are pleased to announce an upcoming webinar in their series exploring the range of available CoE tools and services that may be useful for partners at all levels of foodborne outbreak response.
Personnel from the New York CoE will discuss collaborative strategies that states in the Northeast have used to strengthen foodborne outbreak response capacity within and across their region. The topic is a timely one as jurisdictions prepare to submit ELC grant applications and develop closer links to neighboring states, particularly CoE states. However, the topic will provide insight to any jurisdiction that seeks to work more closely with its neighbors to respond to foodborne illnesses.
For additional information about the CoEs, visit CoEFoodSafetyTools.org
For questions or information about the webinar, please contact Alice White, email@example.com