As an advocate for caregiving, loss and bereavement, Paurvi uses her lived experience and her health systems and leadership expertise to help ensure greater inclusion of women of color and immigrants in strategies that enable health and care at home for the elderly.
Dr. Julie Shaw
Julie is a change agent who has devoted her time and expertise to the field of diversity and inclusion as an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community, women’s equity, and social justice. She is also the founder of Hello I’m Grieving, a grief awareness brand and community geared toward grief awareness, visibility, and education.
Kim Blue helps organizations align their people strategy, business goals, and values to shape employee experiences that fuel success. Her years of experience creating and executing strategies for top-flight organizations such as ESPN, Microsoft and businesses in the tech/fintech arenas have made her an in-demand consultant to C-suite and senior executives and an influential thought leader among HR professionals.
Bereavement is a personal experience, and it is often guided by cultural traditions that vary across communities. In order to provide truly meaningful bereavement care, organizations need to understand how cultures, traditions, and backgrounds impact an employee’s experience and understanding of grief.
This webinar brings together three leading experts to discuss the intersection of DEI+B practices and bereavement care, and how organizations can support the diversity of their workforce through their response to care and loss.
Watch the webinar recording on-demand to learn all about how you can bring these insights into your own organization and provide the latest in bereavement care to every employee who needs it.
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