Key Issues on DEI in the Paddle Sports Industry


Did you miss this free virtual paddlesports event—“Key Issues on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Paddle Sports Industry.”

Presented by Colorado State University’s—CSU Human Dimensions of Natural Resources. “Who Are We? We conduct research in the area of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources (HDNR) and prepare students for careers in conservation leadership and tourism. This area of study focuses on understanding and attending to the needs and values of humans, human society, and culture as they relate to the natural environment. HDNR has more than 90 years of collaborative research in parks and protected areas and contributes to informed decision making while conveying a broad based understanding of the way humans value, use and depend on the natural environment. HDNR is one of the few programs in the United States that offers a comprehensive bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral program.” Website:

Guest Panel: Antoinette Lee Toscano, MBA Business Consultant, Producer of WhitewaterTV on XOTV, and Co-founder of Diversify Whitewater. Antoinette is also a Team River Runner—Fort Collins, CO Assistant Chapter Coordinator, a Contributing Correspondent on the Hammer Factor Podcast, a Kokatat National Brand Ambassador, and a Badfish SUP Paddling Team Member. Antoinette Lee Toscano, MBA on Instagram: Website:

Emily Ambrose, M.S. CSU SLiCe Office, Owner, Engage Coaching & Consulting, LLC. Emily Ambrose, M.S. on Instagram: Website:

David P. Terry, M.A. Operations Manager and Co-Owner Rocky Mountain Adventures. Rocky Mountain Adventures (RMA) on Instagram: Website:

Logo Design: Hailey Thompson —Watercolorwoods [] (




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