Together We Grow invites our members and strategic partners to join us in a transformational leadership cohort facilitated by Dr. Ramon Pastrano and the team at Third Sphere to advance cultures of inclusion across the agriculture and food industry. By working in a cohort of leaders from across the industry, we hope to create industry-wide impacts and strengthen cultural competence across organizations. The program is structured to include a kick-off call and six virtual sessions, as well as a personalized Intercultural Development Inventory and 1:1 coaching.
This cohort may be attended by individuals or small teams from member organizations and strategic partners. The content is intended for both emerging and current leaders in a variety of organizational positions.
Being a leader in diversity, equity, and inclusion is challenging because it requires the development of a specific set of skills and strategies. This program provides formal training and engagement opportunities to build these skills and strategies and learn how to apply them in your organization. Whether you are brushing up or brand new to these topics, this program will equip you to be a more competent leader in diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as build relationships with cohort members as a future network and resource.
- $500 for nonprofit, governmental, and higher-education partners
- $1,500 for corporate partners
*Please reach out if you have any questions regarding payment.
Detailed agendas for both the virtual and in-person events are available here. Additional information will be provided as available.
To ensure the greatest value to all participants, the program must have a minimum number of 15 registrations. If the minimum registrations are not met, the program will be canceled and delayed to another time.
Yes, sessions will be recorded for registered cohort participants to watch at a later time if they miss a session. However, attending all sessions is strongly recommended to get the most value out of the learning experience.
Please contact Lauren Baer at [email protected].