CCEJ’s Workplace Inclusion Network (WIN) provides an opportunity for employees engaged in Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity (HR, DEI, ERG members) access to online training, professional networking, and reflection spaces.

CCEJ-WIN membership includes:

  • Webinars
  • Professional Networking
  • CCEJ event sponsorship
  • Customized DEI and Restorative Justice trainings and workshops
  • Access to DEI and Restorative Justice Resources

If you’d like to learn more about what to expect as a member of CCEJ-WIN, contact Reena Hajat Carroll, CCEJ’s Executive Director at rhcarroll@cacej.org.

2020 Events:

“Taking Stock: Racial Justice in the Food and Beverage Industries”: July 2020 (exclusive content for WIN members, trailer below)

“From D&I to Racial Equity”: October 2020 (webinar replay available below)

Click the image to watch our October 2020 webinar, “From D&I to Equity.”

Register to become a WIN member below or Click here for a PDF registration form

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