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Create a Comprehensive Equity Strategy - Shared screen with speaker view
Christopher Russell
18:50
Christopher RussellBestSelf Behavioral Health WNYBringing better services all around
Lyndsay Dake
18:50
Lyndsay, Milwaukee Recreation, Wisconsin. We want a sustainable plan..We just submitted a draft to our higher ups:)
Pamela Steurer
19:08
Pam Steurer, Delaware City Schools, Delaware, Ohio
Kellie Cruz
19:11
Kellie Cruz, Las Americas ASPIRA Academy, DE. A place where all can bring their complete self and be welcomed.
Caroline Conzatti
20:11
Caroline Conzatti, Community Boating Center in New Bedford, Massachusetts
Ebony Grace
20:28
Ebony Grace, NJSACC, NJ. Intentionality.
Rose adong
20:34
Milwaukee, Wisconsin MPS CLC
Caroline Conzatti
20:46
I would like for equity to consciously be a part of everything we do.
Cara Sargent
20:51
Cara Sargent, Central Vermont Supervisory Union Afterschool Program. Staff members being advocates for equity.
lindsey arnautovic
20:55
Lindsey Arnautovic, South Carolina - tangible processes and procedures to implement a strategy that will create real change
Melanie Claxton
21:15
Melanie Claxton, Pennsylvania. A sustainable plan that becomes a basis for our approach to work with students and families.
Deana jo Booker
21:28
Deana jo Booker, Prime Time Palm Beach County, Inc. Florida - Having racial equity as a clear integrated component of our organizations work internally and externally.
Beth-marie Kurtz
21:35
Beth-marie Kurtz, Milwaukee Public Schools - Milwaukee Recreation, Milwaukee, WI. The start of a sustainable DEI policy and we can build on to shift our overall culture.
Anita Winkis
21:37
Anita Winkis, Prime Time Palm Beach County, Florida equity practices become the norm
Andrew Katz
21:38
Andrew Katz, Albany JCC in Albany, NY
NAA - Megan
21:39
for those just joining, please provide Name, Organization, State, one outcome that you would like to come out of creating a comprehensive equity strategy.
Pedro Bustamante
22:04
Pedro Bustamante,Saint Paul MN, Advocate for equity
Elizabeth Linthicum
22:38
Elizabeth Linthicum, Hampton School Age Program, HamptyVA
Danielle Martinez
22:50
Danielle Martinez, Larkin Street Youth Services, SF, CA. We have diversity in our organization, however I want to see equity, inclusion, and justice for youth and staff to be centered.
Bonnie Owens
22:52
Bonnie Owens, Promise South Salt Lake, Utah
Brad Lademann
23:07
Brad Lademann, Missouri Afterschool Network, Columbia, Missouri
Derek Flake
24:13
Derek Flake-Dept. of Social Services, Prince George's County Maryland
Bonnie Owens
26:42
DOCUMENTATION!
Deana jo Booker
26:53
It is people created and sustained.
Ebony Grace
26:56
It can be positively or negatively impacted by personal beliefs and biases.
Kwamara Thompson
27:26
I wonder if we sometimes get into trouble when we say shared - it can create a lack of diversity if everyone has the exact same ideologies and ways of thought
lindsey arnautovic
31:58
How can upper management help with that transparency when it is necessary to filter information? I think it causes mistrust when everything isn't shared however, not EVERYTHING can be shared...
Ebony Grace
35:16
How do you address leadership that is unwilling to learn and grow?
Colleen Bradburn
58:03
Thanks to my group for the fantastic discussion!
Elizabeth Linthicum
58:33
wonderful and appreciate-being able to share but so short
Fong Marcolongo (Be the Change Consulting)
01:00:14
Awesome Kwamara!!!
Danielle Martinez
01:00:33
I wanted to express my appreciation to my breakout group for truly listening, bearing witness, and sharing what’s working for your orgs. It gives me hope, which is rejuvenating.
Bonnie Owens
01:00:43
we sort of accidentally did a year-end summary of our equity council efforts this year. We did a presentation for some key stakeholders. Having done that, I think it is a practice I will keep up because it will help institutionalize our efforts and history
Deana jo Booker
01:01:53
Danielle. Thank you so much for sharing your experience.
Anita Winkis
01:02:11
Thank you so much. This has been a wonderful series.
Beth-marie Kurtz
01:03:07
Allow the process to take time -- without losing the urgency of the work.
Ebony Grace
01:03:20
A framework to start from!
Marni Morales
01:03:23
That we have a lot of work to do, but it is important & needs to be done regardless of the roadblocks that may occur along the way
Bonnie Owens
01:03:26
Question: If we wanted to continue this work, does one of the NAA PLC groups build on any of these concepts?
Melissa Trumpey
01:03:28
This takes a lot of time and commitment from everyone. It takes everyone! Be patient, do the hard work, and keep at it.
Deana jo Booker
01:03:30
These sessions have given me such hope for the future. The biggest take away is do not give up.
William Fee
01:03:42
Some bits are easier than others- take your victories where you can
Cara Sargent
01:03:43
It's a lot of hard worth, but possible and so very worth it.
Mel Feltmate (she/hers)
01:03:54
there is no end goal - it's a constant process
Caroline Conzatti
01:03:57
It's a lot of work, but we can do it!
Josezetta Swann
01:04:17
Thank you this has been great. Making sure everyone is doing their part
Pamela Steurer
01:04:20
I really appreciate all of the tools and resources provided that will enhance and expand our current efforts. My biggest takeaway is that you have to be intentional about not letting it fall off the radar with all the other work we are doing
Danielle Martinez
01:04:21
That the work is complex, and that this work is a marathon, not a sprint.
Kwamara Thompson
01:04:22
It must truly be comprehensive - not just a DEI PD one and done, not just in HR with metrics on numbers. It’s about culture and policies and takes ALL stakeholders to have respected voice
Derek Flake
01:04:25
Be intentional and strategic as well be patient on the journey
Rosa Pinzon
01:04:36
get more skills on moving forward
Nikki Roe Cropp (she/her)
01:04:39
Thank you, Jimena!
Elizabeth Linthicum
01:04:40
To continue striving and working for the future generations of leaders. thank you
Bonnie Owens
01:04:42
Thank you this has been great! I would love to see it again in the future to share with more of my staff. Really well done!
Beth-marie Kurtz
01:04:42
Great point, Kwamara!