Remember, identifying who has a voice in your organization and what needs to be done to ensure everyone has a seat at the table is an ongoing process. An initial equity audit provides leaders with a baseline of where an association is in regard to diversity equity and what needs to be improved upon.
You should now be able to:
1. Explain the purpose of an equity audit
2. Define key terms associated with equity audits
3. Prepare for an equity audit
4. Establish the equity audit
5. Explain what to do after the audit results are compiled and areas of improvement are identified
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