All too often, rental housing companies consider Diversity & Inclusion primarily as it relates to their hiring practices. To create effectively diverse and inclusive workplaces, however, a 360-degree view is necessary. This webinar will address hiring new applicants to meet the demographics of rental housing. But it will also look at the broader picture – encompassing staff, leadership, peers, suppliers, and residents – in working together toward common goals.
This webinar was presented by NAA’s Diversity & Inclusion Subcommittee as part of RPM Careers Week, July 12-16, 2021.
- How to recognize your workplace/company representation.
- How to create a workplace where a diversity of people is involved, developed, empowered, and trusted.
- The value of a “For All” workplace (vs. a “For Some” workplace, that risks falling behind its competitors)
About the Host
Dee Wilson, Director of Training and Social Media Marketing, Freeman Webb, Inc.
Dee Wilson started in multi-family property management in 2005 after assisting with the startup of the Tennessee Education Lottery between the years of 2003-2005. She studied advertising, marketing and public relations at Middle Tennessee University while working in property management, where she fell in love with this industry and decided to make it her career.
Wilson accepted a position with First Management as the marketing and leasing director at Gazebo Apartments, where she assisted in the marketing and re-branding of Gazebo during a multi-million-dollar renovation. She assisted with training team members both at her community and others before being offered the Director of Training position with Freeman Webb in February 2017.
Wilson is a certified trainer with the Association for Talent Development, an NAA Education Institute faculty member, and a certified trainer through Franklin Covey.