CASE is in a unique position to support diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in advancement. As a global organization, we provide a platform to facilitate discussions and make connections between institutions.
Disability inclusion at work is about more than hiring people with disabilities. An inclusive workplace offers employees with disabilities an equal opportunity to succeed, to learn, to be compensated fairly, and to advance.
Guest Blog from CASE-NAIS Chair Jan Abernathy, The Browning School
As more schools add the letter “b” for “belonging” to the well-worn DEI acronym, this would seem to be a natural entry point for advancement professionals to engage deeply with the challenging work of welcoming and valuing any family whose presence aligns with their schools’ mission. But how easy is this to do in an industry which is still shaking off the exclusivity that not so long ago was precisely what attracted families to what used to be called “private schools”?
CASE’s Jenny Cooke-Smith, Senior Director of AmAtlas shares everything you need to know about everything AmAtlas and gives us a preview of what’s to come on the research agenda---and how you can get started.
Both Tim Ambrose and Emily Cash had winding pathways to advancement—and community is essential for their work at community colleges. Here, they share more about connection-building, careers, and working with volunteers for CASE’s upcoming community college seminars.