DTUI.com Media Kit


Spreading compassion in the service of global inclusion!!

For Immediate Release February 11, 2014 1:00 PM PST


Billy Vaughn, PhD CDP

Diversity Officer Magazine Announces Diversity Executive Award Winners Ceremony—March 12, 2014

Award Ceremony March 12, 2014 at Embassy Suites Hotel—Downtown San Diego

San Francisco— the award ceremony on March 12, 2014 and the Diversity Executive Leadership Academy seminar “Engagement, Inclusion, & Recruitment”, please go to  — Today Diversity Officer Magazine identified the National Reconnaissance Organization’s (NRO) diversity office team as this year’s recipient of the outstanding Certified Diversity Professional (CDP) awardee.

“The Certified Diversity Professional award recognizes outstanding contributions made after completing the credential program, which is offered by the Diversity Executive Leadership Academy” said Dr. Billy Vaughn, Editor in Chief at Diversity Officer Magazine.

Positive Impact on Profession

Cultural diversity executives are making significant contributions that lead to positive impact on organizations’ bottom line. Amy Coyle, the NRO Diversity Officer, stated that the guidance and expertise the team received in the CDP training program enabled them to become the “number one model for diversity & inclusion leadership in the intelligence community”.

Award Ceremony

The award ceremony on March 12, 2014 and the Diversity Executive Leadership Academy seminar “Engagement, Inclusion, & Recruitment”, please go to is part of Diversity Officer Magazine’s commitment to promoting the diversity executive profession and is offered in partnership with DTUI.com. the award ceremony on March 12, 2014 and the Diversity Executive Leadership Academy seminar “Engagement, Inclusion, & Recruitment”, please go to  is available for download immediately at https://dtui.com/engagement-inclusion-seminar/.

Founded in 2007, Diversity Officer Magazine is a nationwide diversity executive and human resource management solution. The magazine offers a wide range of articles and practical solutions designed to support diversity leadership expertise.

Diversity Officer Magazine and the award ceremony on March 12, 2014 and the Diversity Executive Leadership Academy seminar “Engagement, Inclusion, & Recruitment”, please go to  are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Diversity Officer Magazine in the United States and/or other countries.

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Billy Vaughn, PhD CDP

For more information about the award ceremony on March 12, 2014 and the Diversity Executive Leadership Academy seminar “Engagement, Inclusion, & Recruitment”, please go to https://dtui.com/engagement-inclusion-seminar/. 

History of DTUI.com

DTUI.com provides collegiality, civility, and community training and consulting solutions. Our solutions focus on developing the knowledge and skills needed to lead, manage, and work with people in the complexity of interactions taking place in modern organizations. We are in the people skills development business.While what we do is similar to the recently popular social intelligence, emotional intelligence and cultural intelligence work, we primarily rely on the tried and true competencies such as leading with values, inclusive communication, creating high performing teams, creating inclusive organizations, and managing emotional responses to differences – to name a few.

DTUI.com was founded in 1998. Until 2009, it primarily offered state of the art cultural diversity training and consulting solutions. It continues to offer the solutions while serving the needs of our growing clients needed broader people skills expertise and training.

Professionals visit DTUI.com’s website  and contact us us by email or telephone daily. They are seeking resources to meet the everyday challenges of complex organizations and communities in which people all too often find it difficult to align with each other. Are you turning to DTUI.com for your people skills training and consulting needs?

Using social competency development is the cornerstone of its work, DTUI.com has built a trusted web site tens of thousands of unique visitors each month learning about our high impact, state-of-the-art solutions. DTUI.com’s web site delivers information, online courses, products, services, and loads of tips that professionals find useful for managing diversity. Web traffic statistics show that DTUI.com is a popular stop for savvy professionals from around the globe in search of information and tools needed to address people management challenges.

More than million users would be lost without DTUI.com. Where else would they go to download the tips, acquire credentials, and learn about the people skills profession? Where else could they get into spirited discussions, and find state-of-the-art reports and technical information? DTUI.com‘s proprietary approach to people skills training offers professionals competencies that enable them to produce bottom line results. DTUI.com is more than the web site for human resource and diversity professionals. Managers, supervisors, human resource, clergy, teachers, parents, and a host of others can find answers to complex diversity challenges on the site. They can also find kindred spirits.


  • DTUI.com is a virtual organization. Our goal is to offer world-class customer service via advance technology.
  • Organizational structure: Advisory Board, Managing Partner/Chief Learning Officer, Consultants, Faculty, Consulting & Training Division, Products and Publications, Finance, Research & Development, and Marketing.
  • Headquarters: Zephyr Cove, Nevada
  • Satellite offices: Durham, South Carolina; San Diego, California, Dallas, Texas, Bangalore, India, and Gothenburg, Sweden and Washington DC.
  • Employees: The majority are telecommuters with offices in San Diego, San Francisco, Durham, South Carolina, Gothenburg, Sweden, Dallas, Texas, and Bangalore, India.


Award winning site – DTUI.com has won an award as a top 50 web resource for human resource professionals.

Collegiality and civility challenges professionals who seldom have the preparation to manage them. To many, it may seem unlikely that civility among people working together would present a major problem. After all, isn’t it common sense that you have to work with a person everyday, so it is in your best interest to avoid unnecessary friction. Well, it turns out that we are mere humans and as such we tend to recreate our family relations in the workplace over time. The more a colleague’s behavior remind you of a close relative, the more you are likely treat them similarly—including not getting along.

It is also the case that certain people have really work at getting along. Whether you call it chemistry, blame it on astrological signs, or personality clashes, the result is the same. People struggle to get along. In a study by Christine Pearson and Christine Porath, one in ten workers reported incivility on a daily basis in their workplace. Another one in five indicated that they personally were targets of such behavior at least weekly.

What are the consequences of such behavior? Not good as you may have guessed. The research shows that workers exposed to incivility tend to be more stressed, avoid work more and have lower productivity. The accumulation of these experiences may lead to the employee disliking their job, lacking loyalty to the organization, and seeking another place to work. It is both a retention and productivity issue, in short.

This means that people need to be aware of how make those connections in the workplace. They also have to take responsibility for behaving professionally. In reality, this is not a given. People need skills to do this. DTUI.com helps identify the specific collegiality issues that arise in the organization and use the information to target training.

Influence – Professionals who visit DTUI.com can often make the decisions themselves when it comes to purchase purchasing your products and services. You know that your audience is after diversity products and services when they visit DTUI.com.com.

Presence: – DTUI.com’s success in attracting traffic is due to strategic internet marketing that results in high visibility in search engines and offerings that compel people to visit the site. In addition, DTUI.com’s site is offered as a resource from literally hundreds of other sites. These and other marketing strategies tend to attract more visitors than paying for high priced search engine banners. We are partners with Diversity Officer Magazine, which offers you additional presence in a very popular website. Diversitypedia will soon become an additional partner, which promises to offer you off the chart presence in the diversity and inclusion web-based advertising market.


  • 57% Americans
  • 22% European
  • 14% Asian
  • 2% South Seas
  • 5% Middle East & Africa
  • 77% Women
  • 11% Organizational Leaders (e.g., CEO & Presidents)
  • 30% Middle management (e.g., Diversity Officers & Administrators)
  • 12% Human Resource Officers
  • 30% Miscellaneous (e.g., Clerk, Admin Assistant, psychologist, & consultant)
  • 17% Education (e.g., Trainers & Teachers)
  • 25% Higher Education
  • 47% Business
  • 25% Community/NonProfit Organizations

Sample List of Organizations Visitors Represent

  • AtlantiCare Health
  • Allstate Company
  • U.S. Navy
  • Surgeon General of U.S. Diversity Office
  • Director of Intelligence
  • Motorola Solutions
  • National Reconnaissance Organization
  • Esurance
  • Bausch
  • W. W. Grainger
  • IRS
  • U. S. Coast Guard
  • Canadian Border Patrol
  • Government of Nova Scotia
  • Central Intelligence Agency
  • Federal Aviation Administration
  • Cook Group Inc.
  • British Petroleum
  • Bayer Material Science LLC
  • Blue Cross of Pennsylvania
  • Siemens Ltd India
  • Capital Marketing Solutions
  • Colgate-Palmolive Company
  • Chem-tronics Aeronautics
  • Olympus America Inc.
  • Clemson University
  • Peterbilt Motors
  • Diversity Consortium
  • Kodak
  • Educational Credit Management Association
  • San Diego State University
  • Wright State University
  • Mission St. Joseph’s
  • Costco
  • National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
  • St. Louise School of Pharmacy
  • Philosophy Communications
  • University of Redlands
  • Gallaudet University
  • Tenaris Siderca
  • The Avant Group
  • San Jose Evergreen Community College
  • University of Santa Cruz
  • AT&T
  • Street Knowledge Consulting
  • The Washington Firm
  • United Way of Gulf Texas
  • Pennsylvania House of Representatives
  • University of Texas, Austin
  • Western Michigan University
  • American Solutions


DTUI.com has received media coverage numerous times over the years and in global press. The Washington Post has covered the company several times for articles. The Gothenburg Post (Sweden) and Radio Sweden have covered our work. The company has also received coverage in Business Week, the Well Fargo Bank internal magazine, Employment Review, and a host of other prestigious publications.

See the DTUI.com diversity blogs at http://www.DTUI.com/diversityblog 

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