Two diversity related programs to be held on September 18 Alysia Keating, ACBA director of diversity and gender equality, also works to help match diverse attorneys with available opportunities in Pittsburgh and to continue to educate members of the bar about issues relating to diversity and inclusion through programming. Two such programs will be offered to ACBA members on September 18th. Dr. Arin Reeves, a former practicing attorney and nationally known expert in this area, will present a lunch program to managing partners and other decision-makers and leaders in firms, corporate legal departments, and government agencies entitled "The Next IQ: The Next Generation of Intelligence on Diversity & Inclusion in the Legal Profession." On the same day, as a follow-up to a successful May 31st CLE program sponsored by the Diversity Collaborative Committee on Implicit Bias, the IGE and the Diversity Collaborative will have Dr. Reeves present an afternoon program to women and diverse attorneys entitled "A Different Way to Think About Our Differences: Understanding and Negotiating Implicit Biases for Success." This is designed to empower underrepresented voices such as women and minorities to understand and negotiate biases and achieve success while they wait for their workplaces to pick up the pace of change. The afternoon program will be followed by a networking reception at the Rivers Club. Participants at both programs will receive 1.5 hours of CLE ethics credit. Registration for these programs is available on the ACBA website or by contacting Howard Booth at the ACBA at 412-402-6614. n