The YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.
As we accomplish our mission, our goal is to improve the quality of life for women of all ages, races, and faiths. In support of this mission and these goals, the YWCA offers programs and services to meet critical needs, promote self-sufficiency, eliminate racism and violence, and achieve equal opportunities for all people.
Together with YWCAs across the country, we are dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, standing for justice, helping families, and strengthening communities.
We believe that, working together, we can create a community where:
- All women and families have a safe and stable place to live
- All adults are economically self-sufficient
- All children and youth develop the skills they need for successful lives
All people live with dignity—free from violence, racism, and discrimination.
Please reference the menu on the left to access more information about our social justice and women’s empowerment programs.
YWCA Corporate Training Programs
The YWCA Greater Green Bay provides a variety of social justice resources and programming to Northeast Wisconsin. Our core training presentations are grounded in best-practices and research related to the benefits of a diverse and inclusive work environment, and will revolve around management development training, professional development training, and the creation of employee experiences that help shift attitudes/beliefs that are barriers to change.
The cornerstone of our training is the internationally known Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI®), the only theory-based assessment of intercultural competence. Unlike other tools that measure separate personal characteristics (e.g., open-mindedness, flexibility), the IDI® allows you to see an individual’s or group’s progression along a continuum of cross-cultural competence. Because of this, the IDI® provides in-depth insights on how individuals and groups make sense of cultural differences and also how they respond to cultural differences. The IDI® measures both one’s mindset and skillset. Click here for more information on our training resources, or please contact Andrea Huggenvik, Social Justice Program Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org or Renita Robinson, CEO, at (920) 432-5581 x132 or email@example.com.