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Engage the Future: Diversity Report

The 2020 diversity report, produced by EngageNWA and the Northwest Arkansas Council, documents the region’s diverse population growth over the last 10 years, provides comparative analysis with several peer regions and zooms in on the demographics of our regional school districts.

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2018 – 2022 Regional Strategic Plan

Commissioned in 2017, this collaborative plan outlines intentional steps for regional partners to work together toward the common goal of maximizing inclusion of everyone in the community.

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2019 NWA Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Survey

The 2019 NWA Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Survey collected information about organizational demographics, workforce, leadership and supervisor composition, diversity and inclusion initiatives and programs, and employer accommodations.

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The IDEALS Institute

The IDEALS Institute, slated to open in Fall 2019, will provide diversity-and inclusion-related research, educational and training services, and outreach and engagement to entities across the state.

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TRUE Northwest Arkansas

TRUE Northwest Arkansas is a three-year pilot initiative in Benton and Washington counties to Train, Report, Uplift, and Engage our community towards diversity, equity and inclusion.

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Inspiring Stories

Ideas in Action

DiversityIdeas in ActionNews
April 19, 2020

New bridge fund for arts and culture organizations

A new Bridge Fund has launched for small to mid-sized arts and culture nonprofits in the region, challenged by COVID-19. The grants are provided through a partnership with the Regional…
BlogDiversityIdeas in Action
March 16, 2020

Northwest Arkansas Council’s Mike Harvey on the TRUE Train Cohort

Northwest Arkansas Council Chief Operating Officer Mike Harvey ENGAGE: It’s been 3 months since this first cohort series wrapped up – what still stands out for you? HARVEY: There was…
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February 16, 2020

Canopy Continues to Work with Refugees in NWA

Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson announced earlier this month that he endorses the continued resettlement of refugees in the state. “Each of you are leaders in your community. You’ve got a…

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