Skills in conducting difficult dialogues are more important now than ever before. The Difficult Dialogues National Resource Center is dedicated to developing these skills, especially in faculty and students in higher education.
The DDNRC is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving the public good. We exist through the voluntary contributions of time and financial contributions of Board Members, DDNRC Founding Members, and the generous donations of individuals, academic institutions, and foundations. These donations will used to expand our reach, grow our membership base, and continue to better our Biennial Conference.
The DDNRC is recognized as a 501(c)3 by the IRS. As such, all gifts are fully tax-deductible. Any amount is greatly appreciated.