301 S 68th St Pl
Location: SCC Jack J Huck Continuing Education Center
301 S 68th St Pl, Lincoln, NE 68510
This program will be hosted both in-person in Lincoln and also virtually via video. Anyone who registers for the virtual option below will be sent a link to join prior to the program beginning. It is recommended virtual attendees login at 11:50am for any pre-program announcements.
Diversity & Inclusion Panel
In the pursuit of building a diverse community sometimes we lose focus on individuals and who we are as people through the disclosure of our stories.
Join our panelists with the LHRMA Diversity and Inclusion Committee for a vulnerable discussion about experiences that have shaped their own racial identities and have influenced their understanding of internalized racism, systems of oppression and ways to engage as an alley.
We’ll discuss the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in creating a more equitable workplace and society.
Tim was born and raised in Sidney (NE), attended college in Kearney, then moved to Lincoln to begin his career with Lincoln Public Schools. He started as a Middle School Teacher in 2000 and now serves as an Educational Technology Analyst in the Computing Services department. His passion for technology, student learning, and equity has led him to co-facilitating his department’s Equity Committee and serving on the LHRMA Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
Jessi is a Human Resources Specialist with Lincoln Public Schools. She graduated from Grace University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and Family Studies and Biblical Studies, and joined LPS 15 years ago. Jessi joined LHRMA in 2022 and serves on the Workforce Readiness and Diversity and Inclusion Committees.
Kelli is currently employed at Lincoln Public Schools as a Benefits Technician assisting employees with their benefit needs. She has played an integral role as a member of the LHRMA Diversity and Inclusion Community. Kelli has been a longtime member of the Lincoln Community however, she hails from Hasting Nebraska.
Tanisha was born and raised here in Lincoln, NE. Attended Southeast Community College and Peru State and graduated with an Associates in Business. Also, a mom of four and currently working at LPS in the Security department as a Security and Audit technician.
Genelle is a lifelong champion for those who do not have a voice or a seat at the table, and she now serves LHRMA as the Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee. For the past 5 years following her retirement from the Lincoln Police Department, Genelle has been employed by Lincoln Public Schools as a Human Resources Specialist and Background Investigator. Genelle graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Management and a Master’s from Bellevue University in Justice Administration and Crime Management.
- Free for Current LHRMA Members
- $25 for non-LHRMA Members
Please register by Monday, September 12th.