Get Started with Equity Audits
Before completing an audit, identify:
- Potential stakeholder groups that you have the opportunity to examine through the equity audit. These groups may include:
- Members and potential members
- Board of directors
- Identify audit participants: Engage a group of leaders or stakeholders who will have the information and expertise in finance, operation, data, boards and programs.
- Define ‘diversity’ within your community: What identities will you include in your definition? What’s important for you to examine? Ensure your organization’s geography is represented. For example, a national association for HR professionals may need to consider representation of the population where its headquarters is but also the national population of HR professionals who are potential members.
- Plan ahead: Think about how you're going to communicate your findings and what actions your association plans to take as a result.
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