Glen Hazel Residents! We want to hear from you. Over the next 4 months, we…
Do you want to be on the cutting edge of DEI initiatives and evolve into a Next Generation Organization?
Join Dr. Danielle Davis, President and CEO of Davis Consulting Solutions (DCS) and Brandon Thompson, DCS Project Coordinator, to learn more about the Next Generation of Equitable Solutions framework for diversity, equity, and inclusion services for our company. After that overview, we will dive into one of the foundational documents to show potential clients and funders what value your business brings, the capability statement.
As the awardee of the 2020 Minority-Owned Business of the Year Award by the East Liberty Chamber of Commerce, we helped over 600 job seekers and 30 small businesses in 2020.
Come be a part of the conversation! Don’t miss out on an opportunity to:
- Network with other businesses
- Discover the 9 key traits of Next Generation Organizations and the data behind them
- Develop strategies that diagnose, design, and develop your organization to pursue social equity
- Acquire knowledge of how to write out and customize your capability statement to best represent your business
- Support your community through your new knowledge
- Learn about business services offered through the Connected program
DCS is an award-winning minority, women-owned, management consulting, and Community Economic Development enterprise in Western Pennsylvania!
Here’s a bit more about our presenter:
She is also known as MsDavisofPgh, and has cultivated knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values that strengthen her commitment to helping entrepreneurs and businesses succeed.
Her expertise includes government and diversity initiatives, leadership, workforce development, and entrepreneurship education.
After restructuring her firm in 2016 and changing her business model to become a Next Generation Organization, it went from 1 employee to 4 in less than 2 years. In 2018, she received the Onyx Woman Leadership Award for Business Advocate of the Year!
Registration is required.
The CONNECTED program, in collaboration with Hazelwood Initiative partially funded by the Richard King Mellon Foundation, is an economic recovery program for the Greater Pittsburgh region. Workshops are designed to provide practical information to facilitate your business goals.
If you are unable to attend the sessions and would like to know how else we can assist you please contact us.