To create a safe and inclusive space where our members can connect, learn, and grow together, fostering a community of excellence and empowerment.
We are a thriving professional community that supports, connects, and celebrates Black professionals in the Learning and Development industry.
To build a supportive and empowering community for Black professionals in L&D, where our members can access valuable resources, receive mentorship, and connect with like-minded individuals.
To promote collaboration, education, and advocacy to create a more diverse and equitable industry that values the contributions of all individuals.
BECOME A MEMBER
Join Black in L&D on LinkedIn and Facebook to become part of our vibrant and supportive network of professionals. Whether you seek advice, inspiration, or collaboration opportunities, Black in L&D is here to help you thrive in your career.
Networking within Black in L&D fosters connections among Black professionals, offers valuable industry insights, supports career growth, and strengthens the community. It empowers individuals and promotes an inclusive learning and development environment.
Events and in-person meetups within Black in L&D offer opportunities to connect, collaborate, and learn from peers. These gatherings foster a sense of community, encourage the exchange of ideas, and facilitate professional networking in a supportive environment.
Mentorship within Black in L&D provides valuable guidance, nurtures professional growth, and helps individuals navigate career challenges. It encourages knowledge sharing, strengthens the community, and fosters the development of future industry leaders.
BE AN ALLY!
By supporting Black in L&D as an ally, you help create a more inclusive and equitable space for Black professionals in the Learning and Development industry. Begin by following our LinkedIn page and explore more ways to contribute below!
Black in L&D volunteers are dedicated individuals who passionately contribute their time and expertise to support, uplift, and empower the Black L&D community through collaborative efforts and initiatives.