Dignity, Equity & Justice by Design – Session 2


– Obtain a basic understanding of justice, equity, diversity, & inclusion (JEDI)
– Learn about the role bias, privilege and socialization play in perpetuating systemic oppression
– Explore how design has perpetuated harm and the long-term impacts of oppression
– Learn about the Six Conditions for Systems Change and systems-based approaches to allyship
– Think critically about your individual and organization’s role in advancing JEDI


We believe that Interior Design plays a key role in protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the public, and design has the power to heal and bring people together. However, we must all collectively take action in order to make real progress. Therefore, IIDA Northern California Chapter is launching a series of Equity Initiatives to fight against systemic racism in our society and inequity in the interior design field. Please join us in our effort and programs, which will include a virtual conversation series, community outreach, and mentorship programs.

“Confronting racism, injustice, and a need for equity is critical to moving forward… We know that design is but one small part of that larger equation—so why not start with the change we can most immediately affect?” – Cheryl Durst

A Letter from Cheryl Durst and IIDA



Wednesday, October 21 2020


5:00PM-6:00PM PST


Virtual Event


IIDA NC Chapter



Alexis Goggans is an equitable decarbonization practitioner, trusted facilitator, and an accredited life, career, and executive coach. She’s also the mind behind Be Bold Services, a small business that leverages systems thinking and strategy to help individuals and organizations equitably implement climate, sustainability, and social impact initiatives.

Whether lending her skills with organizations or working one on one, Alexis leads with curiosity and authenticity; believing wholeheartedly that creating a better world requires bold new ways of living, working, and leading.

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