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OutSolve Experts to Present at NILG 2021 National Conference

By OutSolve - Jul 28, 2021 2:19:47 PM - 2 MINS READ

The NILG 2021 National Conference takes place August 1-4, 2021 in Nashville, TN. The conference brings together industry experts, government representatives, and professionals in human resources, compliance, legal and diversity fields to discuss the latest issues involving affirmative action compliance, diversity, and workplace equality.

OutSolve is pleased to announce that three of its experts are presenting on the following exciting new topics. Please be sure to join these virtual sessions if you are attending the conference.

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Topic: Don’t Get Cancelled! How to Navigate BLM, #MeToo, and More in the Workplace
Speaker: Victoria Person, Diversity and Inclusion Consultant, OutSolve
Topic: Flip or Flop: Making Over AAP in a D&I World
Speakers: Beth Montgomery, Director of Operations, OutSolve, Victoria Person - Diversity and Inclusion Consultant, OutSolve, and Mary Leone, Co-founder, Diversity Outreach Partners
Topic: Enterprise Affirmative Action Planning—A Whole New Ball Game
Speakers: Vickie LeNormand, Sr. Director of Operations, OutSolve, Alex Gonzalez. VP, Product and Market Development, OutSolve, and Alissa Horvitz, Member Attorney, Roffman Horvitz, PLC

Not attending the conference? Register for OutSolve's NILG Review & OFCCP Update webinar on August 11, 2021

OutSolve's ILG webinarFor more information on attending these sessions and the NILG 2021 National Conference, please visit https://nilgconference.com/







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