August 2017 Luncheon
Diversity Experience in the Workplace: What Leaders Can Do to Better Connect
Speakers: Vincent K. Winston, Diversity Programmer, Cintas Corporation and Mary Tyler, Executive Director, National Conference for Community and Justice
- 11:15 AM - 11:30 AM: Registration & Networking
- 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Announcements & Lunch
- 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Speaker
Credits: This program has been submitted for recertification credits by the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) and SHRM Professional Development Credit (PDC).
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Session Description and Speaker Bios
Speakers:Vincent K. Winston, Diversity Programmer, Cintas Corporation and Mary Tyler, Executive Director, National Conference for Community and Justice
Topic: Diversity Experience in the Workplace: What Leaders Can Do to Better Connect
Learning Objectives and Session Description:
Understanding of the basic dimensions of diversity
Tools to create a more inclusive workplace
Benefits that come from maximizing the contribution of employees
A discussion over the basic dimensions of diversity to help create a more inclusive workplace to maximize the contribution of all employees.
Vincent K. Winston is the Diversity and Inclusion Manager for Cintas Corporation, where he manages the organization’s diversity and inclusion strategy. Previously, Mr. Winston spent his career in operations, leading Cintas’ West Texas market where he was responsible for three facilities, $10M+ in annual revenue, and over 100 partner-employees. He is a dynamic facilitator, visionary leader, and known for being a problem-solver.
Mr. Winston received two degrees from The University of Oklahoma, the first in Public Affairs and Administration and the other in African and African American Studies. He is very involved in the community and has served on multiple non-profit boards, most notably the Memphis Urban League Young Professionals, Susan G. Komen, Equality Texas, University of Cincinnati School of Business – Business Fellows Program, University of Oklahoma – African and African American Studies Program, and a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Mr. Winston is passionate about serving and helping people. He lives by the mantra, “service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.”
Mary E. Tyler is the Executive Director for The National Conference for Community and Justice of Greater Dayton. Prior to being appointed as Executive Director of NCCJ, Ms. Tyler completed 25 years of a rich and fulfilling career in the United Way Movement which included six years as CEO of the United Way of Gaston County, NC. During her United Way career, Ms. Tyler served in a variety of leadership roles within the Diversity and Inclusion Council, including serving as co-chair person for the National Diversity Conference in Los Angeles, CA. After her stint with United Way, Ms. Tyler served as a consultant, working with non-profit organizations, the education sector and faith community throughout the country. She also taught in the community college system.
Ms. Tyler is known as a dynamic professional with a proven track record of inspiring strategic
direction, extensive experience in training and development and has more than 20 years of program development and management experience. She is skilled in creating a culture that fosters positive, sustainable change and peak performance. Ms. Tyler is an accomplished facilitator who offers customized applications. Her passion and abilities are evident as she energizes participants, encourages shared experiences and learning's, and skillfully supports the development process in pursuit of innovative opportunities. Ms. Tyler believes in serving the communities and utilizes her skills and talents to help strengthen organizations that impact the lives of individuals and families throughout the area.
Sinclair Community College
Building 12, Ponitz Conference Center, Room 116
444 West Third St.
Dayton, Ohio 45402
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