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CoreNet Global Launches Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Certificate For Corporate Real Estate Professionals

28 September, 2020 – ATLANTA, GA —CoreNet Global is pleased to announce a new certificate program for corporate real estate professionals to ensure they are current in understanding diversity and inclusion, eliminating bias and systemic racism.

“CoreNet Global is committed to doing all it can, using our collective power, to eliminate discrimination and promote equality in the workplace. Discrimination in any form – including due to race, skin color, national origin, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, religion, or age – must be erased in the places we live and work,” said Angela Cain, CEO of CoreNet Global.

The certificate program covers a broad range of diversity and inclusion topics through a series of seven webinars offered live or later via recordings. To earn the certificate, participants must complete six of the seven webinars. The sessions are also available a la carte without a requirement to earn a certificate.  

The sessions cover a range of diversity and inclusion areas of study:

  • October 26 & 27: Racial discrimination and bias
  • November 4: Eliminating bias
  • November 11: Women in the workplace and senior leadership
  • November: 18 Self-motivation and promotion
  • Dec. 2: Mitigating systemic bias
  • Dec. 9: Understanding LGBTQ issues

Cost: $199 for full access to program (member price); a la carte sessions prices vary

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About CoreNet Global

CoreNet Global is the world’s leading professional association for corporate real estate (CRE) and workplace executives, service providers, and economic developers. CoreNet Global’s more than 11,000 members, who include 70% of the top 100 U.S. companies and nearly half of the Global 2000, meet locally, globally and virtually to develop networks, share knowledge, learn and thrive professionally. For more information, please visit or follow @CoreNetGlobal on Twitter.

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