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1 Its Tough to be Inclusive Panel Discussion

2 EETAP Webinar NAAEE Inclusivity Network on naaee.eelinked.net Building More Inclusive Organizations Initiative Diversity website on NAAEE Diversity Training in over 28 states Whats Fair Got to Do with It? Case Book

3 Webinar Agenda Time Overview and panel introductions6 min. THREE ROUNDS OF: Attendee poll during webinar3 x 2 min. Each panel member responds to the question 3 x 10 min. Attendees written questions read to panel by facilitator 12 min. Thanks to everyone!

4 How to Participate Today Open and close your Panel View, Select, and Test your audio Submit text questions Raise your hand Q&A addressed at the end of todays session Everyone will receive an within 24 hours with a link to view a recorded version of todays session

5 Attendees are on mute, but there are several ways to communicate. You can: raise your hand send in a question to the facilitator for the panel take part in a poll answer survey questions and give us feedback

6 Jenny de la Hoz Community Partnerships Manager at Monterey Bay Aquarium Jack Shu former CA Dept. of Parks and Recreation Parks Superintendent and consultant with the Kenian Group Anna Gahl Cole geography and place-based educator living in MN

7 My professional actions to become more inclusive have mostly included: Trainings and reading Commitment in becoming inclusive through our policies, strategic plans, etc. Partnerships with community groups Partnerships with organizations outside of my field

8 My professional actions to become more inclusive have mostly included: Trainings and reading34% Commitment in becoming inclusive through our policies, strategic plans, etc.26% Partnerships with community groups 30% Partnerships with organizations outside of my field 9%

9 We talk about being inclusive, but what does that look like in your work? Can you provide us with concrete examples of changes your organization has made to become more inclusive? What is one of the first steps in becoming more inclusive?

10 What percentage of your programmatic work includes political, social or cultural elements in discussions or actions? Less than 15% 40% 65% or more

11 What percentage of your programmatic work includes political, social or cultural elements in discussions or actions? Less than 15% 31% 40%38% 65% or more31%

12 People would agree that children need meaningful experiences in the natural environment. Is providing such experiences the most important contribution that environmental education can make or are there other issues of equal importance that environmental education should be addressing? Based on your experiences will we need different perspectives, skills, or approaches for this work? What implications does working on political, economic, and social issues have on being more inclusiveness ?

13 What is the biggest risk for your organization to become more inclusive? The discomfort of being in unfamiliar situations The need to invest in new programmatic development A lack of confidence in my abilities or lack of credibility because I am not a person of color

14 What is the biggest risk for your organization to become more inclusive? The discomfort of being in unfamiliar situations 10% The need to invest in new programmatic development 51% A lack of confidence in my abilities or lack of credibility because I am not a person of color 39%

15 Change is always difficult. What have been the tradeoffs for your organization/work in becoming more inclusive? Has it been worth it?

16 Jenny de la Hoz Community Partnerships Manager at Monterey Bay Aquarium Jack Shu former CA Dept. of Parks and Recreation Parks Superintendent and consultant with the Kenian Group Anna Gahl Cole geography and place-based educator living in MN

17 Visit the Environmental Education and Training Partnership (EETAP) : for more resources and links to diversity and inclusivenesswww.eetap.org Continue discussions on: NAAEEs eelinked network blog:

18 Why, thank you…Thank you very much!


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