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Navigating Challenging Conversations

Advancement professionals are navigating an increasingly complex societal landscape; along with being tasked to engage in nuanced conversations with stakeholders who hold a multitude of perspectives. This two-hour workshop is designed for participants looking to advance their active listening and constructive dialogues skills with stakeholders who hold varying views on diversity, equity and inclusion.

Please note this session will be offered live only. It will not be recorded for on-demand viewing.

$200 per person
$180 per person if registering 5 or more individuals at the same time

$280 per person
$260 per person if registering 5 or more individuals at the same time

Jessica Elmore, Ed.D.

Senior Director for Cross Cultural Learnings
Council for Advancement and Support of Education

Jessica Elmore, Ed.D. (She/Her) joined CASE in 2021 and serves as the senior director of Cross-Cultural Learnings at CASE within the CASE OIC: Opportunities and Inclusion Centerᵀᴹ. Dr. Elmore is a scholar-practitioner who is an expert in the interconnection of educational advancement and diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.

Jessica develops the DEIB curriculum for CASE@Campus bespoke trainings; serves as a speaker for CASE Academy, CASE Summit, CASE Summer Institutes, along with facilitates interactive capacity building experiences for educational advancement organizations, globally. Jessica developed CASE’s first online DEIB course titled: The Journey Starts with You: DEIB in Advancement.

Dr. Elmore has over 10 years of experience creating award winning external programming; cultivating and managing relationships with domestic multicultural and international alumni and students and developing diverse lived experience engagement strategies for alumni and donors. Jessica was a member of CASE District VI cabinet and served as a longtime volunteer including serving as lead faculty for the Diversity and Student Philanthropy Symposium.

Jessica has her doctorate in educational leadership, a master’s degree in business administration from Kansas State University and she received her mass communication degree from Grambling State University.

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