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The University of California values the diversity of its students, faculty, and staff. As part of UC’s public
service mission around diversity, equity, and inclusion, the University strives to cultivate a community of
belonging and open dialogue for all. It is through this cultivation where everyone can be their best selves
at UC.

Systemwide Human Resources is doing their part in cultivating dialogue at UC by holding a fireside chat
during the inaugural UC Systemwide HR Institute where key UC leaders Yvette Gullatt and Christine Lovely will be addressing the question, “How can human resources professionals promote greater equity and inclusion in shaping the next generation of professionals and leaders?”

Yvette Gullatt Christine Lovely 

  • Yvette Gullatt (left), Vice Provost for Diversity and Engagement & Interim Vice President for Student Affairs, UC Office of the President
  • Christine Lovely (right), Associate Vice Chancellor & Chief Human Resources Officer, UC Davis

This session is just one of many impactful offerings at the institute, that will better equip UC’s HR professionals to be diversity, equity, and inclusion ambassadors throughout the system. This effort will inspire a more supportive environment for UC employees to further advance the University mission of teaching, research, and public service.

The UC Systemwide HR Institute will be taking place on October 28–30 at La Jolla, CA. The Institute is designed for professional development for UC’s HR professionals.

Who should attend?

The Institute is open to:

  • HR professionals new to UC, new to HR, new to public sector/higher education HR
  • Mid-career HR employees looking to further their professional growth
  • Senior level HR professionals looking to share their expertise and mentor their colleagues

Online registration & hotel booking is now open as of July 1, 2019Space is limited, so you are encouraged to register early. For more information, go to the Systemwide Human Resources Institute page.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the planning committee at