DEI in SN magazine

Learn more about diversity, equity and inclusion in School Nutrition magazine, which has dedicated a number of articles to the topic.

DEI Training Must Be an Ongoing Effort

There is no one-size-fits-all approach. Thus, SNA’s DEI series—which will continue to be delivered through webinars, conferences and SN articles—will feature a mix of first-hand lived experiences, thought starters, self-assessments and exercises, networking connections and suggested action steps.

Why Belonging Matters

Dive into why feeling like you belong is so important, as well as how you can make those around you—whether employees, coworkers, students or friends—feel like they belong, too, in the September 2021 issue of School Nutrition.

Webinar: The Inclusion Breakthrough: A New Paradigm for Managing Diversity and Leveraging Inclusion

Diversity is a reality in workplaces today. Yet, even the most well-intentioned teams can often struggle with managing all types of diversity. The way we manage the individual, group and cultural differences can make our teams stronger.

Embracing Differences

The February 2021 issue of School Nutrition encourages readers to embrace our differences, celebrate all cultures and build diverse, inclusive teams.

Webinar: How to Become a More Inclusive Team Member

Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) expert Dr. Nika White will provide guidance to help you create a more inclusive environment. She’ll also unlock the secrets to great teamwork and share how you can take small steps that will make a BIG difference every day!

Related Articles

A woman covering her ears while multiple people point fingers at her
What’s Cooking

Stand Up to Bullies

July 12, 2023

Bullying isn’t an issue easily left behind upon adulthood. Bullies are frustratingly persistent throughout all stages of life. In fact,…

Read More
Blue male symbol, pink female symbol and purple nonbinary/gender non-conforming/unspecified gender symbol
What’s Cooking

Gender Identity. Cafeteria Equity.

May 2, 2023

I have three children: a 20-year-old son, a 17-year-old middle child and a 15-year-old daughter. Why don’t I assign a…

Read More
What’s Cooking

Building Inclusive Menus: Start with Religious Dietary Rules

March 3, 2023

As a school nutrition professional, you regularly accommodate different types of dietary restrictions in the meals you prepare. Most of…

Read More