Phi Sigma Pi E-Learning Center
How To Recruit Diversity: Reaching Outside Of Our Groups
How To Recruit Diversity: Reaching Outside of Our Groups is part of the Diversity & Inclusion Lunch & Learn Series.
Establishing a diversity and inclusion culture is not going to change overnight, but starting the conversation, learning more and asking questions is a great place to begin. Alumni Member Gretchen Bellamy (Alpha Eta Chapter '00) discusses the impact of diversity and inclusion for our Fraternity and how to reach outside of our norms when it comes to recruitment.
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Gretchen Bellamy (Alpha Eta Chapter '00)
President & Consulting Director, Bellamy Management Consulting LLC
Gretchen Bellamy Almuna of the Alpha Eta Chapter at the University of Delaware. Gretchen is currently the President & Consulting Director for Bellamy Management Consulting LLC. Her business and legal training and experience includes multiple roles as a Global Diversity & Inclusion and Talent Development Strategist and Senior Attorney. She is now parlaying her world-class experiences into providing expert organizational evaluations and advisory services globally to transform diversity and inclusion strategies and programs as well as foster talent development and positively drive profits. Gretchen previously worked for Walmart analyzing human resources trends to devise leadership and inclusion programs for associates from store-level to C-suite through innovative measurements and data collection methodologies. She developed and supported global culture, diversity, and inclusion strategies (communications, external relations, programs, culture, and policy) to transform and drive company’s culture and embed diversity/inclusion as integral components for supporting company’s 2,200,000 employees and business operations.
Assistant Director of Staff Development in Student Affairs Learning and Strategic Initiatives, University of Georgia
James currently serves the Office of the Vice President at the University of Georgia as the Assistant Director of Staff Development in Student Affairs Learning and Strategic Initiatives. Prior to his position at UGA, he worked in Fraternity and Sorority Life as the IFC, NPHC and Panhellenic advisor throughout his tenure as the Assistant Director of Greek Life at Vanderbilt University. During that time he advised and empowered student groups to examine the diversity within their organizations and provided a space for them to create initiatives and action plans to promote diversity and inclusion in their community. James received his M.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina and his Bachelor of Arts in Athletic Training from the University of North Carolina – Wilmington.