Diversity Training for Government Employees

Dynamic Trainings to Foster Inclusive
Government Agencies

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Topics

Unconscious Bias

The historical origins of stereotypes or assumptions made about different racialized groups

Impact on Communities

How stereotypes impact different communities across various sectors of society.

Cultural Competency

What speakers want the audience to know about their group as well as best practices for interaction

Call to Action: Countering Bias and Racism

Both interpersonal and institutional calls to actions and processes for dismantling racism

Working to Make a Difference

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report ING content is relevant, and fulfills their needs and expectations.


give high ratings to our speakers’ skills in knowledge, delivery, and effectiveness.


report high rates of satisfaction with our presentations and panels.

Past Clients

What Clients Say About ING Panels and Presentations

 “The Cities Association of Santa Clara County (CASCC) partnered with the Islamic Networks Group (ING) to provide an interactive, informative and engaging panel of interfaith, interracial speakers to speak to the elected officials of the fifteen cities in Santa Clara County.  ING curated the panelists, coordinated the logistics and ultimately synthesized a program that informed elected officials of racial and religious context to our current challenges and provided specific goals that only elected officials can achieve.  ING was extremely easy to work with and produced an event that was seamless and highly engaging while provoking thought and challenges.  I will be using ING again for another organization I lead and highly recommend working with them to produce content appropriate for any professional setting.” 

Mayor Marico Sayoc of Los Gatos

“This was a very educational panel and presentation by the speakers today [Muslim, Jewish, African American, Asian American, Indigenous, and Hispanic]. Anyone who hasn’t had or taken the time to learn the roots of structural and historical elements of racism, colorism and what we can do about it would gain a great deal from this panel.”

City Employee

I like the very diverse, qualified, well-spoken panel. I think everybody would benefit from these panels on a more regular basis, especially as racial/ cultural/ religious tensions rise in our escalating political climate.

 – City Employee, California

“I liked hearing from multiple ethnic groups on the oppression they’re facing and have faced. It really opened my eyes. The calls to action listed at the end of the presentation left me feeling hopeful like I could affect change. I needed that. Thank you for the ING panel!” 

-City Manager, California