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Build Belonging at Work: Everyday Actions You Can Take
November 10, 2021 - 9:00am to 11:30am (PST)
Presenters: Rhodes Perry & Tatyana Moaton

Do you want to build a healthier workplace culture where each person on your team – including your clients – feels a greater sense of psychological safety, trust, and belonging?


Do you feel overwhelmed by all that you could do to improve your workplace culture, or are you generally confused about where to start?


If so, join your colleagues in getting into good trouble, necessary trouble! You’ll gain a better understanding of the powerful role you can play:


  • Clarify why belonging at work matters.

  • Learn how anyone in the workplace can take personal responsibility to cultivate it.

  • Discover simple, everyday actions that help build a more safe, inclusive organization.


During this workshop focused on belonging, you’ll discover what it truly takes to put your organization’s diversity, equity and inclusion commitments into action.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this session, participants will:

  • Learn what psychological safety and trust form the foundation of belonging.

  • Recognize why belonging at work is essential for the future of your organization.

  • Gain & practice simple, everyday action strategies you can adapt and implement to build belonging at work.

  • Commit to one personal action you can take to help build a safer, more inclusive organization for all.

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Meet the Presenters:

Rhodes Perry (he/him) is a best-selling author, sought-after keynote speaker, and an award-winning social entrepreneur.  Nationally recognized as a LGBTQ+ thought leader, he has 20 years of leadership experience having worked at the White House, the Department of Justice, and PFLAG National. Media outlets like Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and the Associated Press have featured his powerful work as a diversity, equity, and inclusion influencer.


He serves as the CEO of Rhodes Perry Consulting, a global leadership and management consulting firm helping visionaries and change makers build psychological safety, trust and belonging at work. He earned a BA from the University of Notre Dame, and a MPA from New York University. He also serves on the National LGBTQ+ Chamber of Commerce’s Transgender Inclusion Task Force and on the Cascade AIDS Project’s Board of Directors.

Dr. Tatyana Moaton (she/her/hers) is the CEO, and Principal Consultant for Envision Consulting, one of the first black trans led consulting firms in the country.

She has extensive experience working in Human Resources championing strategic initiatives geared towards Diversity & Inclusion. She is currently in the role of a Senior Capacity Building Specialist with San Francisco Community Health Center.

Tatyana is a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces, serving honorably as an Intelligence Officer in the US Army. She was reared in the City of Chicago and attended college in Milwaukee, WI. She recently obtained her Doctorate of Philosophy In Management Science.

She is a staunch advocate for the Trans community and has worked with the American Civil Liberties Union as a spokesperson for Trans litigation and LAMBDA Legal. Working with the U.S. Center for Disease Controls, Science Application Team as a consultant to develop the first intervention geared towards the transgender targeted population.

Tatyana is a faculty member of Transgender Strategy Center and has worked with organizations and companies such as AIDS United, NMAC, Gilead, Merck, Elton John AIDS Foundation, and The Black AIDS Institute.

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