RMSHRM dedicated to ensuring diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in all aspects of our organization. This page will provide DEI resources and will be updated regularly.


Have something you want to include? Reach out to our Diversity Director, Tameka Davis, at admin@rmshrm.org.

Small Investment Yields Greater Impact

Small Investment Yields Greater Impact by Tameka Davis, 2021 Diversity Director   I had the pleasure of participating in a 4- Day Certified Diversity Executive (CDE) prep course with The Diversity Movement. The facilitation from the DEI champions, Donald, Jackie, Kurt, and Sharon at The Diversity Movement was amazing, because they provided real-life examples and…

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National Disability Awareness Month: NDEAM is held each October to commemorate the many and varied contributions of people with disabilities to America’s workplaces and economy.

The theme for NDEAM 2021, “America’s Recovery: Powered by Inclusion,” reflects the importance of ensuring that people with disabilities have full access to employment and community involvement during the national recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Visit the DOL NDEAM website for a toolkit of resources including social media kit, 31 day calendar of suggested events, and other resources.



June Pride Month: We recognize the importance of uplifting the voices of the LGBTQ+ community and celebrating the culture and support of LGBTQ+ rights. We have provided a few resources below to help our members when thinking about supporting this community in your workplace.

*LGBTQ+ Rights: More Work Remains for HR https://buff.ly/3uQcblZ

*Southern, Gay, and Grown: A Look Into My Ties to D&I https://buff.ly/2SOCdbA

Juneteenth Recognition: Juneteenth (June 19th, 1865) is an annual holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States and has been celebrated by African-Americans since the late 1800s.

Recognizing Juneteenth in the workplace can strengthen a company’s commitments to its mission, vision, and values to promote a diverse and inclusive workplace and to foster social and racial justice. RMSHRM encourages HR leaders to consider ways that your workplace can recognize the importance of Juneteenth such as setting this day as a holiday, volunteer day, or DEI learning day.

Check out the Diversity Movement’s resource ways employers can recognize and celebrate Juneteenth: https://thediversitymovement.com/juneteenth-programming-guide/.

Check out this resource from SHRM — “Guide to Developing a Strategic Diversity, Equity and, Inclusion Plan.”


Click here to check it out.

Check out this article from SHRM — “7 Ways to Support Black Employees: Racial unrest, COVID-19 and the recession will have a long-term impact on Black Americans” by Natalie Kroc.


Click here to read the article.

The Harvard Business Review website has a wonderful webpage full of resources for you to read as an employer surround diversity, equity, and inclusion. Check out this resource—it’s updated pretty regularly!


Click here to visit the Diversity page on The Harvard Business Review.

The Diversity Movement (TDM) seeks to embed diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) into the core of doing business. Created by an expert team of innovators and diversity practitioners, TDM helps equip business leaders and professionals with the cultural readiness and functional tools they need to thrive in a global marketplace.


Click here to visit The Diversity Movement’s website.

The Triangle DEI Alliance is leading the effort to make the Triangle region the most diverse, equitable, and inclusive business environment in the country.


As the voice of the business community, the Triangle DEI Alliance recognizes that addressing the evolving demographic changes in our region is key to growth and sustainability. They are proud to initiate and support efforts across the Triangle that promote diversity, equity, and inclusivity among our businesses.


Click here to visit The Triangle DEI Alliance website.

It’s time for equality for all, across every area of society. That’s why SHRM has introduced Together Forward @Work, a call to action to bring racial equity to the workplace—the place we know best and have served the longest. And a place where we, our members, and our business community can bring our unique professional talents to stand together against all forms of social injustice.


Click here to visit SHRM’s Together Forward @work.