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employee Inclusivity & Equity Certificate

Broaden Your Perspectives

Better yourself professionally and personally.

Our Inclusivity and Equity Certificate helps you deepen your understanding of diverse topics so you can incorporate more inclusive methods in the workplace. More importantly, though, the certificate helps you engage in an increasingly diverse and vibrant community.

How to Earn the Certificate
Inclusivity Certificates

Level 1: Learner

Growth of knowledge and experience

As a learner, you'll complete the following mix of experiences:

  • Professional development coursework
  • Community service
  • Self-study

Gain the knowledge and experience needed to respect and accept diverse individuals through personal behavior and communication.

Level 2: Advocate

Hands-on service and enriched experience
As an advocate you'll be able to:
  • Contribute to discussions about diverse topics
  • Notify leaders of concerns in the workplace that may not be inclusive
  • Advocate for change

Supporting Inclusivity

See who's upholding the UW-Green Bay mission for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.

What we've accomplished so far for inclusivity on campus is only because of our employees' dedication. Meet fellow Phoenix from throughout the University who have earned our inclusivity certificate to further their understanding and ability to implement better practices for a diverse university.

Inclusivity Certificate Recipients

Kate Burns, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

Meet a
Phoenix

"Our mission puts student success at the center of all that we do. I am proud to be a part of a university that is on the rise and that is making a difference for our students and our region."

Kate Burns
Provost & Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

Stacie Christian

Here to Help

Stacie Christian, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, strives to build a campus of inclusivity. If you have any questions, reach out to Stacie.

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