How can local leaders tackle complicated issues like race-based violence and hate crimes? Register for this webinar to learn from elected officials and non-profit leaders about how they are navigating the complexity of this topic. Learn timely tips about how to #stopAAPIhate, discuss discrimination and do more than just issue a public statement.
- Randi Johl, Legislative Director & City Clerk, City of Temecula
- Otto Lee, Supervisor, Santa Clara County
- Brian Levin: Director, Center for the Study of Hate & Extremism, Cal State San Bernardino
- Yen Marshall: Executive Director, Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs (APAPA)
- Stephanie Nguyen, Elk Grove Councilmember & Executive Director of Asian Resources, Inc.
- Moderated by Erica Manuel, CEO & Executive Director, ILG
About the LEADING LOCAL Series
2020 was fraught with unprecedented challenges ranging from a global pandemic, to extreme natural disasters, to a divisive and polarizing election cycle. Local government leaders are being asked to step up in entirely new ways. How can they serve as role models for their communities and their peers in these ever-changing times? LEADING LOCAL is a new thought leadership forum from ILG that is focused on addressing difficult topics and sensitive issues local government leaders face. Sessions will cover a wide range of issues and challenges like leading through conflict, civility and ethics, building personal resilience and more. LEADING LOCAL … because leadership starts at the local level. All LEADING LOCAL sessions will be specially curated with content for elected officials and staff at California cities, counties and special districts.
Upcoming Session Topics:
Webinar dates and times to be announced; topics may change
• Building Personal Resilience
• Leading through Conflict
• Building Bridges & Bridging Divides
• Implicit Bias
• Exploring Equity in Your Local Agency
• Civility & Ethics
• Collaboration across Boundaries & Jurisdictions