The State of Diversity in the South Suburbs-2018Diversity Dinner

The State of Diversity in the South Suburbs:

Have We Progressed?

Join us at this year’s Diversity Dinner!

On April 21st, our annual dinner will take place with the theme: The State of Diversity in the South Suburbs: Have We Progressed?

The program will feature an address by Troy Cicero, President of MulticultuReal Communications. Troy specializes in consulting, training, facilitating, and speaking for groups, using a methodology that emphasizes engaging in real conversations, with real respect, building real relationships, for real results.

Guests will have the opportunity to meet other members of the south suburban community and participate in small group discussion over dinner. These discussions will be led by trained volunteer Table Talk Leads, to help ensure that everyone who desires to has a chance to speak and make their experiences heard in a welcoming enviornment.

A Diversity Dinners’ event is a great way to get to know other south suburbanities, break barriers, and learn something new. We aim to deliver an event that will invoke meaningful, informed, and inspiring conversations between community members.

Hope to see you there!


What does my registration fee include?

There is a $15 ticket fee per attendee. This includes entry to the event, a keynote address, and a full buffet dinner.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

No ID required, but all guests must be of high school age or older to attend.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Contact Hildy Kingma for questions,


Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, but we encourage pre-registration as space is limited.

Can I register by mail?

Yes, a paper registration form can be found here:

If registering by mail, we please send check and form by April 6th