About the Course

“Diversity is being invited to the party; Inclusion is being asked to dance”, is a term coined by Vernā Meyers, Esq., a nationally recognized expert on diversity and inclusion. This phrase clearly demonstrates the need to not view diversity as a “one and done” solution to meet an establishment’s diversity goals...it’s so much more than that. Ethically, inclusion takes the concept of diversity and uses it to draw out the uniqueness everyone brings to an organization, lifting up its employees and successfully moving the organization forward towards social and financial success. Having an equitable company embraces a sense of belonging and an ethically productive workforce. Join us as we explore unconscious bias – discuss what it is, how we address it in our everyday lives, and how we can commit to action to be professionally responsible.


  • Clearly define, discuss, and better understand the ethical impact towards inclusion, diversity, & equity
  • Understanding unconscious bias, microaggressions and overcoming ethical obstacles, and its impact towards our everyday lives and within our diverse professions
  • Ethically, why we should care, now what, and commit to action            
  • Become cognizant that we each have our own biases, own our own activity, and must commit to action

About your instructor

Anthony Paradiso (he/him) has been with Industrial UI Services (IUI) since 2008 and is the Vice President of HR Support Services. IUI is a nationally recognized leader in unemployment cost control that also offers Human Resources services that include employee handbook and policy development, management trainings that include DEI, anti-harassment, and other vital HR support services.  

He has written several published articles, been quoted, and given presentations and lectures about DEI, inclusion and being your authentic self, the importance of storytelling, LGBTQ+ inclusion, unconscious bias, employee relations, unemployment insurance, etc. He has been on the awards list for top DEI leaders. 

Anthony's education includes a BA from Binghamton University, MS in Human Relations & Business from Amberton University, and is HR Certified. Anthony also has several certificates that include the SHRM Inclusive Workplace Culture Specialty Credential and the Diversity & Inclusion for HR Certification Program from Cornell University. 


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