Please join us! You are invited to attend a FREE diversity workshop in downtown Pensacola on Wednesday, January 31, hosted by Sunday’s Child.
Nationally-recognized LGBT advocate and corporate trainer Gina Duncan will lead the workshops. Attendees will learn about the vital importance of diversity in the workplace, gain an understanding of gender identity and expression-related terms, and identify ways of making their workplace and community more inclusive.
Two identical sessions will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The workshops are free and open to the public, but seating is limited, so please register below to reserve your seat(s). Sunday’s Child members have first access to register for the session of their choice before invitations are sent out to the general public on Friday for this very special event.
Light refreshments will be provided. Upon conclusion of each workshop session, attendees will be provided with a certificate of completion.
Special thanks to Cox Communications and the University of West Florida for sponsoring and providing in-kind donations for this event.
About Gina Duncan
Gina Duncan is Equality Florida’s Director of Transgender Equality. She has led a successful career in the banking industry for more than 30 years and now serves as an LGBT advocate.
Gina was invited to attend the first-ever Human Rights Campaign’s National Women’s Diversity Leadership Conference, and also served on the HRC National Business Council. Gina serves on the Steering Committee of Equality Florida and on the Orlando Anti-Discrimination Alliance, which has been instrumental in passing the Orange County Human Rights Ordinance as well as a Domestic Partnership Registry in both the City and County. Gina ran for County Commissioner in 2012 garnering 40% of the vote in an unsuccessful bid for county office.
Gina currently chairs TransAction Florida’s Advisory Council, Equality Florida’s Transgender Inclusion Initiative, which is dedicated to ensuring that Transgender Inclusion is woven into the actions of Equality Florida. Gina is recognized as a national and international spokesperson and educator on transgender rights, public policy and civic engagement. She was recently featured on the cover of Florida Trend Magazine, Florida’s largest business magazine. Gina was also recently named as one of the Top 100 LGBT Movers and Shakers in Florida.