DEI Interactive Skill Building Workshop with Lawrence Alexander

  • 10/27/2021
  • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Online (Zoom)
  • 30


  • Members of community based organizations.
  • Members of non-profit organizations.


DEI interactive skill building workshop with Lawrence Alexander

Join HECA for an interactive 4 hour workshop that will provide participants with the skills and resources necessary to implement successful practices while working with diverse populations of students and families.

DEI Skill Building Workshop 

  • Level II interactive facilitation and workshop – best practices and methods for working with diverse populations.
  • Instruction and resources that work when assisting diverse populations with college admissions: researching colleges, applications, essays (how to write about difficult topics), financial aid reports, scholarships, inclusion on campus.


  • Participants will be prepared to put theory into practice and receive tangible resources for reference.
  • Participants will develop the ability to resource networks and mentors to continue learning and applying DEI work in their businesses.
  • Follow-up round table for participants by affinity groups to discuss the challenges, actions, and results of incorporating new DEI practices. (HECA will facilitating and moderate the follow-up during our DEI Institute, 2022.)

We will be charging for this event:

HECA members - $150

Non-profit representatives - $199

Non-members - $249


Lawrence Alexander

Practice Leader, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Carney Sandoe & Associates

Lawrence is the lead search consultant for Carney Sandoe & Associates' Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion practice. He facilitates training on best practices around implicit bias and equitable decision making. Previously he spent a decade as a college counselor in both public and independent schools. He is also the director of equity and inclusion at The White Mountain School (NH) and has established himself as an industry leader through his work with East Woods School (NY), Brown University, and the Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE). Lawrence also serves on the editorial board for Insight Into Diversity magazine. He received a B.S. in finance from Kean University (NJ) in 2003 and an M.A. in counseling in higher education from Montclair State University (NJ) in 2007. 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to access the webinar. Please keep that link or add it to your calendar as you will only receive one confirmation email.

This is a live webinar workshop and will NOT be recorded, per the facilitator's request.

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