Get answers to questions about interacting effectively with people from different cultures and different groups or individuals having different backgrounds like origin, race and ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation and identity.
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Foundation for Educational Services
Contact: Dan Kunzman, Lincoln, NE, 402-479-6663
Foundation for Educational Services provides easy content management and web hosting for nonprofit organizations in 17 states. Dan has been a longterm nonprofit executive with emphasis in marketing communication and “sales.”
Helen Abdali Soosan Fagan, MA
Contact: Helen Abdali Soosan Fagan, MA, Lincoln, NE, 402-770-4664
Expertise is in providing evidence based practice for creating inclusive environments for internal organizational effectiveness as well as external customer satisfaction. Skilled in working with people from a wide range of backgrounds.
Jose J. Soto
Contact: Jose J. Soto, Lincoln, NE, 402-323-2412
Civil rights; Fair Employment, Affirmative Action, and Equal Opportunity; Cross-cultural issues in education and behavioral health; Policy analysis and development in mental health and education administration; Consultation and training on cultural competence and Hispanic populations.
Viscereality Intercultural Development
Contact: Stephen W. Jones, Omaha, NE, 402-515-4851
Viscereality Intercultural Development enables organizations to achieve high-quality interactions across cultures both within and external to the organization. Utilizing the intercultural perspective, Viscereality offers a unique competence-based and measurable approach.
Contact: Wayne Svoboda, Lincoln, NE, 402-525-9833
Wayne provides training in volunteer program management: planning, recruiting, placing, orientation, training, supervision, evaluation, etc. Another somewhat different workshop has to do with working with volunteers in low income communities. Finally, training in the basics of what it takes to be a good board member (i.e. volunteer) is offered as well.