Podcasting is considered to be a communication medium with minimal barriers to entry, therefore making it an attractive tool for people from historically underrepresented communities to tell their own stories. This webinar discusses the impact of podcasting as a communication medium to amplify the voices of environmental leaders and innovators from historically under-represented communities in various environmental professions. Using the “Breaking Green Ceilings” podcast as a case study, this webinar explores how podcasting serves as an ideal approach to effectively tell stories with the aim of creating more diverse and inclusive environmental organizations and movements.
Presenter: Sapna MulkiSapna Mulki is the host of Breaking Green Ceilings, a podcast dedicated to amplifying the voices of environmentalists from historically underrepresented communities. She is also the founder of Water Savvy Solutions, an independent consulting committed to promoting diversity, equity, inclusion and justice in the water sector.
About the EENC Webinar SeriesThanks to our amazing donors this spring, EENC is launching a fall webinar series to help environmental educators continue to build skills during the COVID pandemic. Throughout the series, we hope to cover a wide range of topics. Webinars may focus on lesson plans, curricula development, technology and virtual learning, naturalist skills/knowledge, educator self-care or environmental education operations such as communications, strategic planning for your program/department, risk management, or equity and inclusion.
Webinar registration is free and open to anyone to attend, but is limited to 100 participants.
Webinar will qualify for Criteria III and continuing education for NC DEQ EE Certificate.
A recording of the webinar will be sent to attendees afterward. It will also be posted on EENC's members-only page - so if you're an EENC member and not able to attend during the scheduled time, no need to register!
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