This session will highlight a collection of strategies for building a culturally responsive workforce based upon the Texas Model for Addressing Disproportionality & Disparities, a framework that encompasses (1) data-driven strategies; (2) leadership development; (3) culturally competent workforce development; (4) community engagement; (5) cross-systems collaboration; (6) comprehensive training systems defined by anti-racist principles; and (7) a systems-wide understanding of the history of institutional racism and its impact.
- Joyce James, LCSW-AP, Associate Deputy Executive Commissioner, Center for Elimination of Disproportionality & Disparities (the Center) at the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC).
- Tanya Rollins, MSW, CPS State Disproportionality Manager, Texas Department of Family & Protective Services.
This session is free and open to all, so you are encouraged to share the information with your colleagues and networks. Certificates of attendance will be provided via email after conclusion of the webinar.
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