Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Conference 2021
Creating Sustainable Impact in the Workplace
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Conference 2021
Creating Sustainable Impact in the Workplace
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Conference 2021
Creating Sustainable Impact in the Workplace
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Conference 2021
Creating Sustainable Impact in the Workplace


September 18th, 2021

11 AM to 2 PM

Speakers & Experts

About The Conference
This Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Conference is designed to engage, educate, empower, and equip attendees with best practice strategies to build diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace culture where everyone thrives and has a sense of belonging. Embracing cultural differences and treating one another with respect and dignity regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, or socio-economic background is crucial in building inclusive cultures. At Eunity Solutions, we believe that your “cultural identity is a hidden treasure, and that it takes a village to accomplish massive goals.”
The theme for 2021 is “Creating Sustainable Impact in the Workplace” Our goal is to provide a platform for thought leaders and experts from diverse backgrounds and experiences to share insights and concepts about best practice strategies to build inclusive workplace culture where everyone has a voice on the table.
What You will Learn
According to 84% of human resource professionals, Diversity and Inclusion is a strategic opportunity rather than a problem to be solved. Also, SHRM research, states that 25% of Americans do not feel respected and valued at work and 1 in 5 workers leave a job due to workplace culture.
We are bringing together expects and leading thinkers and doers in diversity and inclusion to engage in conversation about diversity, equity and inclusion and help you stay abreast of current issues in this critical strategic opportunity.
Networking with Peers & Industry Experts. The speakers have been well curated to give you opportunities to connect with your peers and industry experts who can offer insight and fresh perspective around your current challenges
Embrace and Elevate Others
By the end of this three-hour conference, you will develop an attitude of togetherness that value the uniqueness of each individual and embrace both human diversity and its commonalities. At Eunity Solutions, we subscribe to the broader definition for human differences, which is not just limited to race and gender, but also includes physical abilities, socio-economic status, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, diversity of thought, and many more. You will be empowered to embrace and elevate others regardless of their racial, ethnic, or socio-economic background and create sustainable inclusive workplace culture.
Keynote Speaker
Logan Herring is the CEO of REACH Riverside, Kingswood Community Center (KCC) and The Warehouse. Raised in Wilmington’s West Center City neighborhood, Logan knows that other people helped guide him to success, and his goal is to pay it forward. Logan started his work in the Riverside neighborhood of Wilmington in 2016 as the Executive Director for KCC, which serves the young and old alike, including an early learning center, before and after care, teen programming, and senior center. REACH (Redevelopment Education & Community Health) Riverside, is a non-profit community development corporation created to lead the $250 Million revitalization of the Riverside neighborhood under the nationally acclaimed and Warren Buffett funded Purpose Built Communities model, to include 600 units of mixed-income housing and a new state of the art KCC; REACH has been officially named as the 19th network affiliate of Purpose Built Communities (28 total affiliates).
The Host:
Dr. Eunice B. Gwanmesia is the founder and CEO of Eunity Solutions, a multidimensional consulting company that provides diversity and inclusion education. She is also the CEO/president of The Caregiver Support Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides support and resources for caregivers to avoid burnout so that they can achieve the highest level of physical, emotional, and mental well-being while taking care of loved ones and patients.
She is a diversity and inclusion strategist, a certified coach, a published author, a philanthropist, and an acclaimed keynote speaker. She was a university professor for 13 years and has practiced professionally as a registered nurse for 23 years.
Since founding Eunity Solutions in 2017, Dr. Eunice has enjoyed the triumph and satisfaction of speaking to diverse audiences, including collegians, medical professionals, corporate leaders, military, and employees at numerous events and different platforms, including the Business Expert Forum at Harvard Faculty Club. Dr. Eunice has a Master of Science degree in Nursing Leadership, a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing.
Dr. Eunice is a passionate advocate of embracing diversity and cultural inclusion as a strength. She speaks with the authority of first-hand experience struggling with cultural changes and a life-changing event that sent her on a trajectory of finding her purpose in life and, ultimately, to her role as coach and keynote speaker. Fresh from the cornfields of Cameroon, Dr. Eunice remembers that at the age of 21, she dropped out of the French-speaking University of Yaoundé and never graduated because she could not adapt to learning a different language. This experience was her turning moment.
Today, Dr. Eunice seeks to help mitigate racial divisions through education, online courses, speaking, coaching, conferences, and workshops. Her message rings with a fiery zeal, conviction, and a powerful vision of enabling the creation of cohesive businesses and organizations that leverage diverse talents to maximize productivity, improve retention, increase customer relations, and increase their return on investment.
Dr. Eunice is a recipient of multiple awards and recognitions, including Top Ten Most Inspiring Women in Delaware, Worldwide Leader in Healthcare, and the Spirit of Nursing Award by the U.S Army Nurse Corps. She has been inducted into the Institute of Excellence by the National Black Nurses Association and awarded the Leadership Award by the same organization.
Dr. Eunice chairs the Education and Culture Committee of the Delaware Africa Caribbean Coalition. She was also recently appointed as chair of Tourism and Culture for the Delaware Africa Caribbean Affairs Commission. Further, she serves on the Delaware Racial Justice Collaborative for United Way of Delaware and Promoting Health Equity Committee of the New Castle County CARES ACT Task Force.
Despite all her achievements, none equals the pride Dr. Eunice has as a mother of two gorgeous kids, Keith and Kaitlin Gwanmesia. She enjoys shopping, cooking, serving her community, and spending quality time with her children and husband Francis Gwanmesia.
Speakers, Moderators, Entertainers, Mistress of Ceremony, and Sponsors:
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Mistress of Ceremony
Mrs. Linda Arrey-Mbi Nkwenti
Widely known as Linda Arrey or The People’s GPS, Mrs. Linda Arrey-Mbi Nkwenti is a Nonprofit Consultant, Published Author and International Speaker. After dedicating several years as a Certified Life and Leadership Coach, helping women all over the world find clarity, overcome personal and professional roadblocks and equipping them with strategies to live a fulfilling lifestyle, she wrote her first book, “Memoirs of a Working Mother: Fighting for Balance, Managing Expectations and Channeling Love”, a self-help tool for women to thrive at home and work. With over 10 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, serving corporations and communities in various capacities, she curated, The Nonprofit Institute, a premier academy for current and potential Nonprofit Entrepreneurs to transform their vision into compliant, sustainable and impactful 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organizations, even if they have zero experience.
She is the Chief Executive Officer of Women in Leadership Development and Empowerment, Inc., a professional women’s charity serving women and underserved communities through mental wellness, physical wellness, spiritual wellness, and financial literacy initiatives.
As an Active Duty Captain in the United States Air Force Medical Service Corps, she is currently serving as a Chief Financial Officer. She is also the first elected President of the Cameroonian American Military Professionals organization, a 501(c)(3) charity providing mentoring, leadership and support services to Cameroonian-Americans serving in the U.S. Military and their families.
Among several community and state recognitions, Coach Linda is the recipient of the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal for her substantial service to women and the local community.
She enjoys the beach, serving her community, cooking, traveling, and spending quality time with her husband and children.

Troy C. Farmer,

Director for Delaware State University’s
maker space, The Garage
Troy Farmer, MSW, CCM, CPC, CLC, CGC, is the Director for Delaware State University’s maker space, The Garage. She manages the ecosystem designed to support and drive innovation, product development and commercialization. Troy is an Alumni of Delaware State University with over 28 years of combined professional experience in Entrepreneurial Business Development Consulting and Coaching, Mental Health, Learning and Development, Organizational Development and Executive Coaching. Previously, Troy was the Director of the Entrepreneurial and Career-Readiness Programs for the YWCA Delaware, LLC. She was responsible for growing the career-readiness and entrepreneurial programs, working with minority groups, underrepresented populations and those with barriers to economic development. Troy has also partnered with the Small Business Administration (SBA) as a co-facilitator of their 12-month Think Tank (Think Main) for Growth Start Businesses. Troy has designed and delivered numerous curriculums for programs, such as, Zip Code Wilmington’s nine-month Techpreneur Business Incubator for Software Developers. She has managed and judged pitch programs for new and current ventures. Troy recognizes that there is support needed in cultivating business ownership through the visionaries of our community and acquiring effective tools to help create the reality of owning and operating a viable, profitable business. Providing those essential tools are a part of the scope of learning, knowledge acquisition and experience that she brings to organizational programs.
Troy is also the founder and CEO of EVA Enterprises, known as Empowerment That Values All, LLC, helping minority and women-owned businesses to shift the parallel by maximizing opportunities through variables of excellence (M.O.V.E™). Troy’s wheelhouse is assisting businesses in developing and navigating through systems for effectiveness, efficiency, growth and sustainability in their business. Troy also partners with higher education institutions, corporations, government, small businesses, public safety and non-profits; helping each partner to participate in creating a “Healthy Business Culture”, while working to exercise potential and increase performance through business development best practices.
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