Join EENC for a full day exploring the intersections between equity, education and the environment. No matter where you are on your personal or professional journey, we invite anyone working with educational, outdoor, nature, and conservation focused organizations to join us to grow in knowledge, build confidence in talking about these issues, and make connections to help advance your work.
Morning Plenary with Marisol Jiménez of Tepeyac Consulting:
This racial equity workshop is an opportunity for you to develop some new language and frameworks for discussing equity, and begin reflecting on the implications for your work. Together, participants will work through the following “arc of learning”:
Afternoon Concurrent Sessions (pick one):
Lunch: Bring your own lunch or pre-purchase a box lunch from The Ettison Group.
Fees: In an effort to make this as accessible as possible, we are offering multiple registration options. Please select the registration fee and potential additional support, that best fits you/your organization's ability to support this work.
About the facilitators:
Marisol Jiménez is the founder and lead consultant for Tepeyac Consulting and brings over twenty years of community engagement, training/facilitation, and policy advocacy experience to her practice. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Loyola University Chicago and her Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work. She served as adjunct faculty at both NC State University’s and UNC Chapel Hill’s social work graduate programs offering courses in social policy analysis and advocacy, community engagement, and racial equity. She believes in the power of connecting communities that are most often marginalized from decision-making tables with opportunities to amplify their voices and meaningfully lead social justice efforts. Tepeyac offers the resources, tools, and frameworks to develop and deepen organizations’ and communities’ capacity with an explicit and intentional structural analysis of power that informs the work every step of the way.
Marsha Davis is the principal consultant at Davis Squared Consulting, she works with organizations to create equitable internal cultures. As a facilitator, educator and coach, Marsha specializes in creating brave productive spaces for hard conversations. Marsha also serves as the Co-Director of Organizational Strategy at the Amy Mandel and Katina Rodis Fund.
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