Inclusion Summit - Media Kit

This online media kit provides language you can use to help promote the Inclusion Summit: Developing Cultural Competence to the audience you serve. Below you will find language you can use for a calendar listing, a newsletter article, and social media posts on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.

Calendar Listing

Friday, Feb. 6, 2015
Event: 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cocktail Reception: 5 to 7 p.m.
Stetson University College of Law
St. Petersburg / Gulfport, Florida

Join us for the Inclusion Summit: Developing Cultural Competence, a premier one-day event featuring national and regional thought leaders sharing best practices in inclusion and cultural competence for individuals and organizations. Cultural competence is essential to developing, attracting, and retaining top talent. It is the key to fostering an energized, optimally productive work environment. It supports business growth and promotes strong community networks.

Visit www.stetson.edu/many-onesummit for additional information, including registration, a schedule, and sponsorship opportunities.

Email / Print Newsletter Article

Stetson Hosting “Inclusion Summit: Developing Cultural Competence”

On Feb. 6, 2015, you’re invited to Stetson University College of Law’s premier Inclusion Summit: Developing Cultural Competence, a one-day event featuring national thought leaders sharing best practices in inclusion and cultural competence for individuals and organizations. The daylong program begins at 8:15 a.m., concluding at 5 p.m. with a cocktail reception and networking opportunity from 5-7 p.m.

The highlight of the Inclusion Summit will be Vernā Myers, a nationally recognized expert on diversity and inclusion. Myers is a dynamic speaker, author and adviser on creating a culture of inclusion. She will be joined by other industry leaders, including Andrew Corty (president and publisher of Florida Trend). Sessions and topics include:

  • What If I Say the Wrong Thing?
  • Habits for Culturally Effective People,
  • The Changing Face of Florida,
  • The Personal and Professional Value of Creating a Culture of Inclusion,
    and panels sharing best practices for making inclusion a reality.

The early registration rate ends on Dec. 12 with seating limited to the first 200 participants.

PNC Bank is the presenting sponsor for the event, and additional sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information, including registration and information on sponsorship opportunities, visit www.stetson.edu/many-onesummit.

Cultural competence is essential to developing, attracting, and retaining top talent. It is the key to fostering an energized, optimally productive work environment, supports business growth, and promotes strong community networks.

Social Media Posts

Facebook and LinkedIn

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Have you registered yet for the Inclusion Summit: Developing Cultural Competence? Stetson University is hosting this premier one-day event featuring national and regional thought leaders sharing best practices in inclusion and cultural competence for individuals and organizations. For more information, including registration, visit www.stetson.edu/many-onesummit .

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The early registration rate ends Dec. 12, 2014, for the Inclusion Summit: Developing Cultural Competence event at Stetson University College of Law. If you haven’t registered yet, visit www.stetson.edu/many-onesummit .

Option 3

Don’t miss the one-day Inclusion Summit: Developing Cultural Competence on Friday, Feb. 6, 2015, featuring national and regional thought leaders sharing best practices in inclusion and cultural competence. More info at www.stetson.edu/many-onesummit .

Twitter

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Option 2

Have you registered yet for Inclusion Summit: Developing Cultural Competence at @stetsonlaw? http://bit.ly/1shi83V

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Learn best practices in inclusion at Stetson's one-day Inclusion Summit: Developing Cultural Competence http://bit.ly/1shi83V