Digitizing DEI: Strategies to Make Your Social Media More Inclusive (And to Back It Up IRL)

Inclusive social media content doesn’t just provide an outlet to share your DEI work, it also reminds followers, the public and the press what your company believes and how it’s living more inclusive values. In this session,  our panel will share how their teams and organizations have planned, produced and posted social media stories that illuminated their commitment to belonging. They’ll touch on:

  • Leading by example: Inspiring examples of DE&I at work—and how to emulate them
  • Prioritizing representation: Choosing your images with greater intention and
    crediting BIPOC and other marginalized content creators for their work
  • Non-performative scheduling: Sharing inclusive posts, videos and stories beyond
    Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Pride Month and more
  • Practicing allyship: How to be there for those in your social media community
    looking for support from the organization — including ways to ensure accessibility
  • And more…
  • Molly Byerly
    Senior DE&I Communications Specialist
  • Cheryl Waide
    Chief Communications Officer
    Vote Run Lead
  • Sheila Fortson
    Director of Social Media & Communications
    National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI)