At GovHR we are dedicated to serving you as an individual, as a candidate, as an employer, as a public servant, and as a citizen. We offer the following resources to assist you and your organization with your diversity, equity and inclusion goals.

NFBPA/i4x Partnership

The National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA) and GovHR USA are working together to advance our organizations’ shared goal of increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion at all levels of local government. GovHR can co-propose on recruitments and other consulting projects through the i4x initiative.

Learn more about the NFBPA and GovHR USA Partnership


Implicit Bias Resources

GovHR’s Vice President Ade Lewis in conjunction with the Career Resource Center can provide Implicit Bias training, DiSC Assessment, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Emotional Intelligence and other professional training and organizational development tools. Ms. Lewis has more than 30 years of public and private sector human resources experience with a focus on training and professional development. Training can be provided virtually or in-person (post-COVID).

Learn more about our Implicit Bias and other professional training seminars: www.govhrusa.com/govlearn-courses/

Contact Ade Lewis at alewis@govhrusa.com 


Interdisciplinary Public Safety Funding

GovHRUSA has partnered with Janice Allen Jackson & Associates to provide consulting services for communities undertaking discussions regarding public safety funding, methods to reduce crime, and police-community relations.

Learn more about our Partnership in Interdisciplinary Public Safety Funding

Listen to Janice here:

Contact Janice Allen Jackson at jjackson@govhrusa.com


Reimagining Local Government: A Guide to Organizational Analysis

What services will local government organizations need (not just want) to provide in the future? An organizational analysis can drill down into the current services offered with the associated service delivery expectations organization-wide. Read more to find out how an organizational analysis can help your municipality: https://www.govhrusa.com/blog/reimaging-local-government-a-guide-to-organizational-analysis/


Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resource Organizations
  • GARE – Government Alliance for Race and Equity
  • NFBPA – National Forum for Black Public Administrators
  • ELGL – Engaging Local Government Leaders and the Diversity Dashboard
  • LGHN – Local Government Hispanic Network
  • LWG – League of Women in Government
  • AFI – Alliance for Innovation
  • NAACP – National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Advertising Sources


General

  • NFBPA – NFBPA Career Center
  • ELGL – ELGL Job Board
  • LGHN – Local Government Hispanic Network
  • LWG – League of Women in Government
  • HotJobs.vet – Hire Veterans First
  • NAACP – NAACP – Job Finder
  • AAAED – American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity
  • diversityfirstjobs.com – Diversity First Jobs
  • Handshake – Handshake University Alumni Associations/Job Boards

Law Enforcement

  • HAPCOA – Hispanic American Police Command Officers Association
  • NAWLEE – National Assn of Women Law Enforcement Executives
  • NLPOA – National Latino Peace Officers Association
  • NOBLE – Natl Organization of Black Law Enforcement Execs

Engineering

  • SHPE – Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
  • AICAE – American Indian Council of Architects and Engineers
  • AAAESC – Asian American Architects/Engineers Association
  • NSBE – National Society of Black Engineers
  • SAME – Society of American Military Engineers
  • SWE – Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

Finance

  • NABA – National Association of Black Accountants
  • AFWA – Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance

Fire

  • WIF – Women in Fire
  • IABPF – Intl Association of Black Professional Firefighters
  • NAHFF – National Association of Hispanic Firefighters

Human Resources

Legal

  • MCCA – Minority Corporate Counsel Association
  • NAPABA – National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
  • NAWL – National Association of Women Lawyers
  • NBL – National Black Lawyers Top 100
  • BCALA – Black Caucus of American Library Association

Transportation

  • WTS – Advancing Women in Transportation
  • COMTO – Conference of Minority Transportation Officials

Additional Resources for On-Going Education on Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Issues


TWITTER

Disability Advocacy & Inclusion:
@Imani_Barbarin – founder of Crutches & Spice (crutchesandspice.com)
@tinu – creator of #EverywhereAccessible
@VilissaThompson – founder of @RampYourVoice (rampyourvoice.com) and creator of #DisabilityTooWhite
@DisVisibility – Disability Visibility Project (disabilityvisibilityproject.com)
@beheardDC – Advocates for imprisoned deaf and disabled people (behearddc.org)
@DisabledLatinx – Advocates for disabled Latinx people
@blkgirllostkeys – ADHD advocate (blackgirllostkeys.com)

Race, Gender, & Sexual Identity:
@sonofbaldwin – LGBTQ, Black Lives Matter, and disability advocate and NYT bestselling author
@IMKC_podcast – Podcast on the intersectional issues of race, gender, etc.
@ProfessorCrunk – Professor Brittney Cooper, advocate and author
@rgay – Professor Roxane Gay, advocate and author
@theferocity – LGBTQ, Black Lives Matter advocate and author, Saeed Jones


LINKEDIN

BOOKS & ARTICLES

Goodreads Bookshelf for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion literature