This month, Energy Trust hosted the primary assembly of its new Diversity Advisory Council, which was shaped after months of collaboration and enter from volunteer neighborhood members. Like our Conservation Advisory Council and Renewable Energy Advisory Council, the Diversity Advisory Council brings collectively skilled stakeholders from round Oregon to supply counsel and perception to the board and workers about subjects key to Energy Trust’s success.
Initial membership on the Diversity Advisory Council consists of 5 of the seven neighborhood members that helped kind the Diversity Advisory Council: Oswaldo Bernal, OBL Media, LLC; Charity Fain, Community Energy Project; Kaeti Namba, Native American Youth and Family Center; Kheoshi Owens, Empress Rules; and Cheryl L. Roberts, African American Alliance for Homeownership.
We are presently recruiting for six further Diversity Advisory Council members who can show experience in racial fairness, range and inclusion and signify the geographic and demographic range of the area. To guarantee broad illustration from throughout Energy Trust’s service territory, 4 of the six openings can be crammed with members who reside exterior of the Portland metro space.
We welcome applications for participation on the Diversity Advisory Council on an ongoing foundation, and all functions obtained can be retained and regarded for future vacancies on the council. Applications for the present open positions needs to be submitted by October 10, 2019 and emailed to the Diversity Advisory Council staff liaison. For questions, name 1.866.368.7878.
The Diversity Advisory Council is an ongoing public discussion board to advise workers and board on points crucial to the group’s success. The council’s major goal is to:
Check out www.energytrust.org/diversity to search out extra details about our range, fairness and inclusion policy, 10 diversity, equity and inclusion goals and our quarter two 2019 progress report toward achieving those goals.