Building a Better Village

(Virtual Event)

             

 

When: Tuesday, August 16, 2022 (10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CST) 

 

Presenter: Sarah Stevens, Community Impact Officer at The Project of the QC

 

Cost: $5 for GRHRA Members | $10 for Non-Members | Free for Students

 

 

Recertification Credits:

***This program has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit through SHRM***

 

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We've all heard it said:

It takes a village to raise a child, but do we ever wonder why?

 

Of course we don't; we don't need to because it's easy to understand.

Children are vulnerable and families can only reach so far, so the care of children depends on something that extends out towards a sense of collective responsibility.

 

But do we ever wonder why we stop with children? 

Why don't we find ourselves just as committed to caring for our neighbor, the stranger down the street, or the coworker who we serve alongside? Why don't we keep creating villages that can for all of us instead?

 

Join Sarah Stevens, Community Impact Officer at The Project of the Quad Cities as she talks about what it takes to build a better village that centers the experience of LGBTQ+ in the workplace.


About the Presenter:

Sarah Stevens is a former healthcare executive turned writer, speaker, and entrepreneur. After leaving her career in corporate healthcare in 2016, she founded The Beautifull Project - a storytelling collective that has reached tens of thousands of women across the globe with its powerful message about learning to take up space. Sarah is a gifted storyteller with a skill for using her own story to draw attention to the broader context in which her audiences find themselves situated and creates an immersive experience for the people who spend time with her. Today, Sarah owns a couple of small businesses that focus on coaching and consulting and also serves as the Community Impact Officer at The Project of The Quad Cities, a local nonprofit that provides support for people living with HIV and the LGBTQ+ community. She is a Quad Cites native and lives in Moline with her wife and three teenage children.

 

 

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When:

10:00AM - 11:00AM Tue 16 Aug 2022, Central timezone

Virtual Event Instructions:

Look Who's Coming:

Shelly Chapman
  Vera French CMHC
Misty Fues
Liz McCredden
Theresa Arth
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