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Leadership Roles for Peers and Peer Specialists . . . within Peer-Run Organizations, the CPS Industry, and the Peer Community - Shared screen with speaker view
Nichole Wray
41:52
lol
Nichole Wray
42:04
YEs Jeramy
Nichole Wray
01:02:05
I absolutely LOVE sitting on the AMPSS BOARD
Nichole Wray
01:02:47
YES YES YES
Nichole Wray
01:03:59
YES
Nichole Wray
01:04:29
They excepted me with OPEN ARMS
Jeremy Countryman
01:11:27
We will make both a recording of the webinar and the slides available on our website as soon as possible.
Lucia Berry
01:39:55
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Lucia Berry
01:40:19
Love and community great job
Cathedra Winston
01:41:20
Thanks everybody, great info!
Muna Eltom
01:52:25
“Leadership Roles for Peers and Peer Specialists”: I believe that in many organizations in Mississippi, representation of peers in organizational leadership circles is still minimal. I believe that it has to do in part to intentional seclusion of peers from leadership positions. I say intentional seclusion of peers seems to be deliberate because the flip option, i.e. including peers in organizations’ top leadership and decision making levels, may drive increased investment in care services that may conflict with an organization’s overhead expenditure and ultimately its bottom line.
Muna Eltom
01:54:23
correction: the word I meant to use is exclusion not seclusion
Steph Stout
01:56:32
Stephanie Stout, Executive Director
Steph Stout
01:57:31
Stephanie Stout, Exec. Director, AMPSS (Assn. of MS Peer Support Specialist) stephaniestout45@gmail.com or info@goampss.org