Diversity Practitioner Roundtables

The Diversity Practitioner Roundtables (DPR) are based up our highly successful Diversity Roundtables (DR). The two events are used interchangeably and always take place in the morning of the career fairs. The focus of the DPR is to present a forum for HR Professionals, Employers, Professional and Community Based Organizations and local Government to share best practices and current trends in diversity and inclusion. Diversity leadership from our Corporate Sponsors regularly address the DPR as well. Recent Key Learning Presenters have included: Pacific Gas & Electric’s Chief Diversity Officer, Coca-Cola Refreshments Director of Talent Acquisition, Cisco System’s Chief Inclusion and Collaboration Strategist, Kaiser Permanente’s Director of Workforce Planning and Development, the OFCCP and EEOC. These and most of our Roundtables are eligible for Educational Credits. Professional Chapters of Human Resources along with Professional and Community Based Organizations regularly sponsor and participate.  Among them are local SHRM Associations, NCHRA, SAHRA, NBMBA, SWE, NSHMBA, NAAAP, WMBA, NAACP, UL, ALPFA, BDPA, and many more. The majority of our DPR and DRs host a information update and Question and Answers period with the EEOC and OFCCP. Participants have found this to be a valuable addition to the Roundtables. The Diversity Spirit Achievement Awards are presented as well as a Networking Continental Breakfast. Media coverage from both main stream and the Multicultural and Diverse Community will be present.

Audience – Exclusive –  HR Professionals, HR Associations, Employers, Professional and Community Based Organizations Leadership, Local  Municipal, State and Federal Agencies, EEOC, OFCCP, Mayors, Governors and County Board Offices, and the Media.

Sponsorships of these unique B2B opportunities are available on a local or national basis.


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2022 Schedule

  • Jan. 19Seattle 1 IP
  • Jan. 21Seattle 1 VV
  • Jan. 26Bay Area 1 IP
  • Jan. 28Bay Area 1 VV
  • Feb. 9Portland 1 IP
  • Feb. 11Portland 1 VV
  • Feb. 16Denver 1 IP
  • Feb. 18Denver 1 VV
  • Mar. 2Los Angeles 1 IP
  • Mar. 4Los Angeles 1 VV
  • Mar. 16Dallas IP
  • Mar. 18Dallas VV
  • Mar. 30DC / Virginia IP
  • Apr. 1DC / Virginia VV
  • Apr. 6San Francisco IP
  • Apr. 8 San Francisco VV
  • Apr. 20Chicago I IP
  • Apr. 22Chicago I VV
  • May 4Boston IP
  • May 6Boston VV
  • May 11New York IP
  • May 13New York VV
  • May 18Phoenix 1 IP
  • May 20Phoenix 1 VV
  • June 1Atlanta IP
  • June 3Atlanta VV
  • June 8Sacramento IP
  • June 10Sacramento VV
  • June 15Silicon Valley IP
  • June 17Silicon Valley VV
  • June 22West Hollywood IP
  • June 24West Hollywood VV
  • July 13Seattle 2 IP
  • July 15Seattle 2 VV
  • July 27Orange County IP
  • July 29Orange County VV
  • Aug. 3Denver 2 IP
  • Aug. 5Denver 2 VV
  • Aug. 17Portland 2 IP
  • Aug. 19Portland 2 VV