One New Way To Retain Diversity & Inclusion Momentum During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Diversity and inclusion events across the U.S. and around the world have been canceled due to the coronavirus. Conferences that have taken months to plan, networking events that bring people and ideas together, and training and team-building opportunities–the bedrock of forward momentum–all canceled.

But what if all these events could still take place from the comfort of self-isolation?

Now they can.

In response to the pandemic, Diversity Stars and DEI Media built an always-on, 3D immersive, collaborative event campus that fosters community engagement and togetherness. Diversity and inclusion professionals from around the world are invited to learn more.Today In: Diversity & Inclusion

“We decided to pivot our business strategy to provide a safe and engaging environment that cultivates innovation in the fields of diversity, equity and inclusion,” says Christian Monk, co-founder and chief marketing officer, Diversity Stars. “The virtual diversity campus fosters community engagement, togetherness and presence. For example, our team suites allow Chief Diversity Officers the opportunity to engage their global teams in an unprecedented manner.”

The virtual diversity, equity and inclusion campus is professionally designed and offers easy navigation for any level user. Facilities include boardrooms, classrooms, team suites, a conference hall, theater and an auditorium that can accommodate up to 1,000 participants or be made smaller as needed. Facilitators can upload their presentations to be projected on the virtual screens and even have pointers they can use to highlight specific points. Facilitator controls are intuitive and easy-to-use, allowing for real-time training, question and answer sessions and break-out groups.

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