Equitable and Inclusive Campaign Practices | National Democratic Training Committee

Equitable and Inclusive Campaign Practices

By Jan Gaetjens
60 min
Management & Leadership

What You’ll Learn

  • Actionable ways to prioritize diversity and inclusion on your campaign
  • How to design and manage a campaign that consistently lives its values
  • Strategies for communicating the urgency, importance, and impact of authentic diversity

Why This is Important

In this course, you’ll apply the concepts introduced in Foundations of Inclusive Practice to the specific context of political organizing. You’ll learn how to shape your own campaign or local organization in a way that puts real action behind the intent to prioritize diversity.

To get the most out of this course’s content, it’s strongly recommended that you complete the course Foundations of Inclusive Practice first.

Related Trainings

  • Foundations of Inclusive Practice — In part one of this series, learn key frameworks for understanding diversity and inclusion, with a focus on how individual agency can drive systemic change

Jan Gaetjens

Trainer

Jan Gaetjens is a Chicago-based educator with a background in K-12 and higher learning. As a first generation American, born to Haitian and Guyanese parents, Jan has an unwavering belief in the potential of the American experiment and the transformative power of education.

Since 2012, Jan has developed career exploration and social-emotional learning curricula for Chicago Public Schools, several charter school networks, DePaul University, and Rush University, supporting countless students to and through college. In 2017, he was recognized as the Illinois Counseling Association’s Graduate Student of the Year for his work on the city’s West Side.

Jan holds a BA in Sociology from Georgetown University and an MA in School Counseling from DePaul University, where he is currently pursuing his PhD in Curriculum Studies. His research and writing focuses on the intersections of democracy, public education, and racial justice.