Virtual Event
Happened
Mon, Oct 12th, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Virtual Event

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Are you interested in making some change?

Join the Diversity & Inclusion Team at our next committee meeting via Zoom. Due to Zoom’s past security issues, please email the Co-Directors of Diversity & Inclusion if you plan to attend or have additional questions.

At the beginning of each committee meeting, we introduce ourselves with our name, pronouns, and do a mental check-in. We quickly review our community agreements, mission, and charge — which we all had a hand in crafting — before moving on to any agenda items. While we welcome additional items for review, we will always cover our diversity and inclusion chapter initiatives. All are welcome to attend our committee meetings. Our meetings are on second Mondays.

Contact Leadership

Precious Wallace & Michael Sasorith
Precious Wallace & Michael Sasorith
Co-Directors of Diversity and Inclusion
Precious N. Wallace is the owner and creative of King P. Studio and Art In Many Forms. She is a true creative both from childhood and being professionally trained. Precious is on a mission to give a voice to women of color creatives and those alike, while providing knowledge to those are creating more thought leadership around art.

Michael Sasorith is the Lead Designer at ArcStone, a digital agency in Minneapolis. He is also a Board Member for The SEAD Project, a nonprofit organization based in Minnesota that focuses on helping members of the Southeast Asian community connect with their heritage and amplify their narratives to thrive, mobilize, and heal. He graduated with his BFA in Graphic Designer from the University of Minnesota — Twin Cities. His professional focus is on web, UI, and UX. His skills extend to a variety of design disciplines — including print, brand and identity, and type design. He is also an illustrator who strives to make Lao/Lao-American culture more visible and amplify narratives from the Southeast Asian community. His passions include racial equity, culture, and identity.