Committed to a more just and equitable animal welfare profession? Then you’ll want to know Jasmin Robinson, who recently joined the team at The Association The Association: Describe your role at The Association. What are some of your day-to-day responsibilities? Jasmin Robinson: I am a diversity, equity, and inclusion thought partner for The Association.
The Association is looking for individuals to nominate themselves or a colleague to lead the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion journey for animal welfare Our Commitment to DEI Since 2019, the Association has been on a journey to lead and support DEI efforts across the animal welfare profession. To achieve an equitable profession, diversity must be respected and embraced.
Jasmin Robinson, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives with The Association, shares how to have more than a dream next Monday, January 16. Every third Monday in January, many U.
This week’s tip challenges a common feedback technique you may want to take off the menu. Ever served up—or been given—a feedback sandwich? This conventional model for sharing feedback involves cushioning constructive or critical feedback between two instances of positive feedback.
Here’s a resource you can share with staff as part of a DEI toolkit. As we observe Indigenous Peoples’ Day, here’s a reminder about Native Land, a cool mapping tool you may have heard about that allows you to see the indigenous territories and languages in your region.
In her role as Chief Strategy Officer at The Animal Foundation, Ariel Zhang is responsible for growing the Las Vegas organization from a municipal shelter into a community support resource. She’s a powerful voice in the conversation on Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, and you can catch her at The Fall Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement, where she’ll be discussing inclusive strategic planning.
When it comes to housing, the bias against renting to pet owners is real. And in a time when many people are facing financial hardship, the availability of animal-friendly housing can mean the difference between keeping—or surrendering—a pet.