Jennifer Tornetta, (O) 609-569-7010, (C) 609-335-3446,
Motivational/inspirational speaker Steve L. Robbins, PhD, of S.L. Robbins & Associates and author of the book What if? Short Stories to Spark Diversity Dialogue, will discuss “Diversity, Inclusion and the Power of Caring,” Tuesday, October 22 at AtlantiCare’s second annual multi-cultural community diversity event at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Campus Center, 101 Vera King Farris Drive, New Jersey. The event will include an hors d’oeuvres bar featuring food from different cultures and musical entertainment. Registration is from 4 to 5 p.m. The event runs from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Steve L. Robbins, PhD
AtlantiCare’s Employee Resource Groups are hosting the event, which is open to the community but will be of particular interest to medical professionals and volunteers. Registration fee is $15; $5 for AtlantiCare staff and physicians and Stockton students, faculty and staff. To register, or for more information call the AtlantiCare Access Center at 1-888-569-1000, or visit www.atlanticare.org.
About AtlantiCare’s Diversity & Disparities Council
AtlantiCare’s Diversity & Disparities Council, which includes physicians, staff and leadership from throughout AtlantiCare, established employee resource groups (ERGs). The ERGs help support the mission of the Diversity & Disparities Council by educating staff about the culture/community; celebrating community/cultural holidays and events; representing AtlantiCare at community/cultural events; enhancing recruitment efforts; and identifying top health concerns and developing ideas for addressing these concerns. AtlantiCare ERG groups include African Americans, Asian Pacific Americans, Hispanic Americans, LGBT and Military.
About Steve L. Robbins, PhD.
A powerful storyteller with a powerful story to tell, Steve L. Robbins, PhD, has an unmatched ability to inspire people even in the midst of disrupting and challenging the way they think about the world. Born in Vietnam, Robbins immigrated to the United States when he was five years old. He and his mother faced many challenges as Vietnamese immigrants in a new land, during a time when there was much anti-war and anti-Vietnamese sentiment.
Working through and rising out of the challenges of poverty, discrimination and the tough streets of Los Angeles, Robbins now brings insightful perspectives on issues of leadership, inclusion and innovation, and the power of caring.
Robbins has shared his concept of “Unintentional Intolerance” with numerous audiences and organizations across the United States. An approach that does not blame or point fingers, it challenges individuals and organizations to be more open-minded, mindful and intentional about inclusion and valuing people for their unique gifts, abilities and experiences.
Robbins earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in communication from Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan and his master's and doctorate degrees communication from Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. His background in communication, socio-psychology and cognitive neuroscience drives his work with individuals and organizations – the core of which is about understanding human behavior in a world full of human differences.
For more information, to register or to find an AtlantiCare physician or provider, call the AtlantiCare Access Center at 1-888-569-1000, visit www.atlanticare.org or find AtlantiCare on Facebook at www.facebook.com/atlanticare.
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