Diversity is increasingly prevalent in the values of health care organizations. As the workforce aims to reflect society and capitalize on the benefits of diverse teams, ensuring the full engagement of each stakeholder remains challenging. Inclusion, represented as the concept of Òbelonging,Ó speaks directly to maximizing engagement. During this session, speakers will differentiate concepts of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at the organizational level. Attendees will learn about tools for assessing institutional culture and climate, and will explore examples of inclusive practices in education, clinical practice, and administration. Speakers will facilitate discussion around structural competency and systemic bias, belonging and fit, and hidden curricula. The session will highlight the role of inclusive practices in successful outcomes for our diverse and dynamic profession and will provide practical strategies that can be implemented immediately to enhance inclusion across practice settings and academic programs. This session is part of a series proposed by members representing over a dozen APTA components, affinity groups, and advocacy organizations. Inspired by the Better Together tagline, contributors intend to model how individuals and groups with a range of interests can collaborate on efforts toward diversity, equity, and inclusion.