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Director of Diversity and Inclusion - Position Description & Duties

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
The Director of Diversity and Inclusion is responsible for assisting members and chapters in valuing diversity in SHRM, our member companies and in the workplace in general.

RESPONSIBLE TO:
State Director

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Attend all State Council meetings and actively participate in Council matters.

  2. Educate members to increase awareness of diversity issues and provide resources, including best practices information, to help them manage diversity in their own workplaces.

  3. Participate in outreach activities to increase diversity among the SHRM membership and volunteer leadership.

  4. Develop and coordinate recognition for diversity-related activities at the State level and the chapter level, including the coordination of the Chapter Diversity Award and the state level Diversity Award.

  5. Assist local chapters with their diversity efforts and activities, such as diversity-related programming.

  6. Participate in Core Leadership Area (CLA) events, including the SHRM National Leadership Conference, the National SHRM Diversity Conference, and state-level conferences, to obtain and share news and ideas.

  7. Utilize National SHRM resources as needed.

  8. Encourage Council members to participate in or view volunteer leader diversity-related webcasts.

  9. Perform other duties as assigned by State Director.
 
REQUIREMENTS:
  • SHRM membership in good standing required.

  • HRCI certification preferred.
 
TERM:
Serves a one-year term beginning with the first day of January and ending the last day of December. May be reappointed for two additional terms for a total service of three years.
 
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Contact Information
Carl Jaskolski
Carl Jaskolski
WI State Council Director of Diversity and Inclusion
Phone: (414) 581-5189
carl.jaskolski@cuw.edu
 
Bio:
Carl Jaskolski has worked in the human resources profession for over 30 years. As an educator, he has been teaching over 15 years at Concordia University-Mequon both Graduate and Undergraduate courses in human resources for the university.

Having worked in union and non-union environments as well as in civil service, privately owned, profit making and non-profit organizations he is committed to doing what he can in order to have the employer and employee work collectively and maintain a productive and harmonious relationship.

Carl has provided numerous seminar presentations for organizations on sexual harassment, inclusiversity and supervision. He has received international recognition in his pursuit to clean up corporate communication. Articles have appeared about his “Language Code of Ethics” policy for the workplace in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and on MSNBC.

Mr. Jaskolski received his BA in Mass Communication–Journalism and Master’s degree in Human Resources and Labor Relations from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
 

 
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