John Rex Endowment is excited to continue promoting networking and strategic collaboration across organizations led by Black, Indigenous, Latinx, other Persons of Color (BILPOC) in Wake County.
CONTINUING THE CONVERSATION...
The John Rex Endowment believes we can affect change in issues that impact children's social emotional health through authentic collaboration amongst BILPOC-led community organizations.
That's why we've teamed up with We-Collab to host a series of restorative workshops and training sessions open to the public for those interested in networking and exploring an opportunity to collaborate with one another.
Join us to learn more about our Strategic Collaboration Initiative and see if the Endowment's upcoming funding opportunity may be right for your organization!
Let’s continue the conversation! The second series of our offerings will be a two-part workshop on collaboration and what gets in the way along with tactical approaches for strategic planning facilitated by Niiobli Armah IV and Suri Clark of We-Collab.
1) Session 1: Wednesday, November 2, 2022 | 1–3 PM EST
Join your peers from the first two sessions with Dr. Rev. Sterling E. Freeman to explore collaboration from a national perspective. In this workshop, we’ll discuss what gets in the way and how to effectively collaborate with one another.
2) Session 2: Wednesday, November 16, 2022 | 1–3 PM EST
Continue the conversation to learn more about tactical approaches to strategic planning. In this workshop, we’ll explore strategic planning and its importance along with a modern approach to strategic planning for your organization.
We encourage participants to attend both sessions. These webinars are an extension of the John Rex Endowment’s racial equity work, and follows the model of racial identity caucuses/affinity groups. Please register to join us if you identify as BILPOC to discuss the dynamics of collaborating with one another.