At the National Accrediting Commission for Diversity and Inclusion™, our accrediting processes and procedures are built upon the 14 categories and benchmarks that are based on the Global Diversity and Inclusion Benchmarks Standards for Organizations around the
World (GDIB) developed by the Centre for Global Inclusion. The benchmarks are proven key areas that need to be demonstrated in achievement of world-class diversity, equity and inclusion within organizations.
WE ACCREDIT ORGANIZATIONS BASED ON PROVEN DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION STANDARDS
OUR S.O.A.R. Process
Our S.O.A.R. accreditation process is a continuous improvement framework and cycle which produces evidence that will provide documentation that your organization is doing exactly what it says it is doing.
Accreditation is intended for organizations that want to earn and retain the prestige and added value established by a diverse and inclusive structural atmosphere that has been fostered with intentional and credible actions.
Is an essential progression to further diversity, equity and inclusion methodologies and practices around the globe
Approaching leadership roles with presence and personal mastery is vital in strengthening our best practices as diversity, equity and inclusion practitioners.
Supporting people of diverse backgrounds, beliefs, and cultures is an integral part of developing successful diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
To elevate and expand the global capacity of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion by
Building an inclusive and accessible community for diversity, equity and inclusion professionals that is firmly rooted in the philosophy, principles and practices of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Supporting the dissemination of authoritative information for promoting, implementing and advancing the philosophy, principles, and practices of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Presenting our collective resources and knowledge to supportive public audiences to elevate and advocate support for the expansion of diversity, equity and inclusion.