Ethnic Diversity In The Workplace

African American Mutual Assistance Network, Inc.
317 South 4th Street, Suite 289
La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601

608-519-2367  - aamancfmlp@gmail.com

Cecil Adams, Jr. is the CEO and Founder of the African American Mutual Assistance Network, Inc-(AAMAN), a 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organization IRS Federal Tax Exempt No. 870722089. AAMAN aims to create an environment of cultural acceptance by eliminating "mere" cultural tolerances. Share cultural differences through open-honest dialogue by addressing racism and intolerance. Reduce poverty and build sustainable prosperity for low-income families. Provide educational literacy resources to children and young adults to realize the possibility of a successful and productive life. Develop employment and educational opportunities for low-income families while inspiring children to learn, adults to teach and communities to move forward together. From 2003-2005, AAMAN was based in Winona Minnesota From 2005 to present, AAMAN is based in La Crosse, Wisconsin.

Ethnic Diversity is an ongoing effort, not just one topic among many for Cecil Adams. His ability to transform multifaceted ethnic diversity and inclusion concepts into understanding and acceptance has enabled Cecil to help organizations intentionally create and sustain inclusive workplace ethnic diversity. Whether through keynotes, workshops, or organizational consulting, Cecil partners with clients to help them build effective relationships that leverage ethnic diversity to increase inclusion, acceptance, innovation, employee engagement, customer satisfaction and bottom-line results.

Cecil understands that Ethnocentrism, Racism and Institutional Racism are delicate subjects to address. Therefore, Cecil addresses these topics in his Workshop in a non-threatening manner that creates enlightenment, better understanding and increases acceptance of ethnic diversity. The Workshop is 1 and-a-half hours, allowing for a 10-minute recess and a lot of time for interaction and questions. Cecil's Workshop is not a lecture! The cost is $300.00 for local Workshops within 50 miles of La Crosse, Wisconsin. Costs for extended locations; for example, Madison, Wisconsin, is $500.00.

Cecil is active in several not-for-profit Organizations and serves as a Member of:

 

Ending Veterans Homelessness in the City of La Crosse Leadership Team

Great Rivers 2-1-1 Advisory Committee
La Crosse Area Family Collaborative- Stakeholder and Committee Member
La Crosse Community Foundation's Grants Committee
Municipal Court Housing Diversion Program
UW-Extension Cooperative Extension
UW-System Presidential Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council-Statewide

Western Region W2 Community Steering Committee-Workforce Connections

 

Cecil's Local Presentations - Ethnic Diversity Workshops:


3M Corporate
Headquarters, St Paul, Minnesota
Bluff Country Family Resources, Inc., Houston, Minnesota
Boys and Girls Club Minneapolis, Minnesota
Globe University, Onalaska, Wisconsin
La Crosse Community Foundation
La Crosse Historical Society
UWL-University of Wisconsin, La Crosse
Winona State University-Rochester, Minnesota
WPR-Wisconsin Public Radio
YWCA Onalaska, Wisconsin

Ethnic Diversity In The Workplace Test/Questionnaire

Our 25-question Questionnaire on racial and ethnic diversity in the workplace provides individuals with a better understanding of Ethnic Diversity in the Workplace and engage Employers to implement these concepts. 

Email AAMAN to Request to Participate in our Ethnic Diversity In The Workplace Questionnaire.

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