Inclusive Workforce Summit

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$399 Member/Non-member*  
$199 Non-profit/Government

*All participants receive the discounted Kentucky Chamber member pricing thanks to the generous financial support of RETAINKY and Partners.


To take advantage of the Non-profit/Government pricing:
Contact Lori Jo Goff at 502-848-8727 or [email protected]

Why Attend

Economic development and business success are directly tied to the quality of the workforce. To drive growth and innovation, we must build workplaces that embrace inclusion, diversity and provide opportunities for all talented individuals to thrive.

The Inclusive Workforce Summit will convene business leaders, civic organizations, and educators to explore strategies for cultivating a workforce of the future that is united in its inclusion and accessibility efforts. By promoting truly inclusive practices, companies can tap into the full talent pool and empower every Kentuckian to contribute.

This must-attend event will examine the key components needed to shape an equitable workforce ecosystem:

•    People with Disabilities – identifying and utilizing an often-overlooked component of the workforce talent pool.
•    Criminal Justice - Removing unfair barriers to employment.
•    Economic Empowerment - Creating equal access to opportunities.
•    Education Equity - Developing the potential of all students.
•    Inclusive Business Cultures - Fostering diversity and belonging.

Join us to gain insights into developing inclusive workforce strategies that increase productivity and competitiveness. Discover how building a culture of inclusion that values diverse perspectives, experiences, and unleashes new ideas and innovations.

Don't miss this chance to future-proof your organization by being part of cultivating Kentucky's most valuable resource - an inclusive workforce reflective of our state's rich diversity of talents. Together, we can unlock the full potential that drives shared prosperity.

Who Should Attend

  • Employers
  • Policy leaders
  • Human resources personnel and HR consultants
  • Personnel directors and managers
  • Employee relations specialists
  • Career and technical educators
  • Trade association members
  • Early childhood professionals
  • Education professionals from P-12 and postsecondary
  • State and local workforce innovation board members
  • Healthcare professionals
  • Recovery and substance use disorder care facilities