Diversity & Inclusiveness


The mission of The Julian Center was formulated with the goals of contributing to a significant reduction in the incidence of domestic violence and sexual assault, supporting survivors in healing, and to helping to break the intergenerational cycle of abuse.
These goals require a commitment to inclusiveness as a fundamental operating principle and also call for an active and ongoing process that affirms human diversity in its many forms, encompassing but not limited to:
  • Ethnicity
  • Race
  • Gender/Gender Identity/Gender Expression
  • Sexual Orientation and Identification
  • Age
  • Economic Circumstance
  • Class
  • Disability
  • Geography
  • Philosophy/Religion
We seek diversity in order to ensure that a range of perspectives, opinions and experiences are recognized and acted upon in achieving The Julian Center’s mission.

The Julian Center asks board members, staff, volunteers and supporters to make a similar commitment to inclusiveness in order to better enhance their abilities to contribute to the common good of our changing society.


As a leading voice in the Indianapolis community‘s effort to end domestic violence, The Julian Center is committed to promoting diversity.

We are equally committed to including a wide range of perspectives, opinions, and experiences as we work to achieve our mission. To that end, we actively seek to achieve diversity in the make-up of our Board of Directors, our staff and our volunteers and provide these groups with the tools, educational programs, and opportunities required to more effectively serve the common good.

Updated 6/2017
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