Diversity & Inclusion Professionals

EXPERIENCE DAIP

Diversity & Inclusion Professionals (DAIP) is a non-profit professional development organization that brings diversity practitioners together from all economic sectors. DAIP’s mission is to serve as a community resource and a unique opportunity for professionals from the business, government, non-profit and academic sectors to collaborate, learn, and create a community dialogue regarding relevant diversity and inclusion topics.

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2022 Annual Leadership in Diversity & Inclusion Awards

Each year, DAIP honors exceptional leaders in the DEI space and hosts a reception in their honor. Nominations are closed for this year, and winners will be announced soon. Join us to honor this year’s award winners at Bryant on Friday, November 18th from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Events

Want to challenge yourself, expand your knowledge, and connect with other DEI-minded professionals? We have programming for you, no matter where you are in your career path or personal development journey.

Sponsor DAIP Programming

DAIP relies on sponsorships to produce crucial programming for our community. Want a seat at the table? Sponsoring partners receive access to attend our educational programming and networking events, help shape our offerings, and recognition through our network.

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Unfiltered Coffee Chats

Sponsored by Bolt Coffee, Unfiltered is a virtual conversation to share space with DEI thought-leaders. Join us and be ready to share your difficult questions, unpopular opinions, and your lived experience at home and work related to DEI.

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Learn With DAIP

DAIP hosts programming with partners like RI SHRM to highlight timely and important thought leaders, concepts, and debates in the DEI field. Come learn with us!

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WHO WE ARE

DAIP is a professional development organization that promotes equity and inclusion as important elements of business and community success.

Founded in 2009 out of an informal network of diversity practitioners, participants saw the need to create a formal organization to involve a broader base of professionals in their discussions and create a community dialogue about how diversity and inclusion impact economic development, employment, education, corporate governance, and community success.

We need different voices to bring a kaleidoscope of thinking.”

Ralph Tavares

DAIP Board President

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