Research & Data
Tourism Diversity Matters’ Research Division is dedicated to sharing customized groundbreaking research and analytics, as well as thought-provoking insights on Tourism and Hospitality Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Our collaboration with a research partner will highlight empirical evidence of the impact of diversity on outcomes for: building the case for diversity, understanding the benefits of diversity, and understanding under which conditions we get optimal results.
Why does tourism diversity matter?
The Black CVB Leaders Open Letter to the Industry Research Report
Board Diversity for Destination Organizations
To be a diversity resource that will educate, advocate, engage and empower the tourism and events industry, in collaboration and cooperation with all other industry initiatives.
To be an industry resource for diversity expertise in order to achieve inclusive excellence.
Responsible tourism is about reducing social and economic inequalities and building awareness. Tourism Diversity Matters (TDM) is committed to empowering the tourism and events industry to change and evolve as we work to advocate for an inclusive and diverse workforce and guest experience.
Education is the first step toward effecting change and ensuring dignity and respect in the travel process. Leveraging the collective voices for these transformative industries will ultimately deliver a more inclusive and meaningful impact as we welcome all.
President & CEO, Tourism Diversity Matters
Chairman, Tourism Diversity Matters
President & CEO, Destination DC
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Tourism Diversity Matters Celebrates National Apprentice Week. NAW is a nationwide celebration where industry, labor, equity, workforce, education, and government leaders host events to showcase
Tourism Diversity Matters (TDM) is excited to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. An entire month to recognize, celebrate and acknowledge the contributions and diverse culture
Tourism Diversity Matters was honored to support and participate as a member of the Events Industry Council (EIC)’s Equity Task Force to create a framework