The documentaries stimulate ongoing learning and dialogue for individuals, families, friends and communities. These discussion guides created from the documentaries are a great starting point to opening up dialogue on the topics. Feel free to make them your own!
A message from Tony and David!
We are David Hunt and Tony Orange, two long-time friends and diversity professionals who partnered to facilitate a series of live training sessions for the “Make Money Work” project.
David is an attorney and the President and CEO of Critical Measures, LLC., a management consulting and training firm that specializes in diversity and inclusion. His website and contact information can be found here: www.criticalmeasures.net or www.cmelearning.com.
Tony has a bachelors' degree in social work with a minor in psychology. He frequently partners with others to deliver outstanding training programs on diversity and inclusion. You can learn more about Tony and his work at: http://www.wow4results.com/
Together, we have partnered for over 20 years to bring our passion for diversity and inclusion to leading organizations across multiple industries throughout the U.S.
We are contributing the training tools and resources which we developed or referenced in the live training programs to this website. Here you will find a wide variety of video and online tools to continue to develop your own cultural agility skills – both as individuals and as organizations.
Best wishes to you as you explore and utilize these resources.
Tony and David
Cultural Agility Tools
We encourage you to continue dialogue between representatives of the banking community and culturally and linguistically diverse communities to discuss concrete steps that both communities can take to further increase relationship and ongoing dialogue.
Extended Research: Listening Sessions & Discussion Guides
Creating the resources of Make Money Work was centered in connecting with and listening to community members. The goals were to create all resources with and for communities in as authentic a way as possible and to provide learning for future endeavors. To ensure an intentional and respectful process, we worked with Wilder Research to bring together individuals, listen carefully and gather insights. The reports in this link reflect the summaries of the process and the strength of community voices.