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Community Impact Committee - Shared screen with gallery view
Lisa Malul
18:08
Hi Alana
Marisa Melo
18:22
Love the eye mask and hat lol @Lisa M.
Lisa Malul
18:23
Sorry for my costume.
Derreck Johnson
21:59
Hello everyone and thanks for having me this morning very honored to be here! Derreck Johnson
Tammy Jones | EBAC
31:23
Is anyone else having difficulty hearing David?
Marisa Melo
51:38
Can the workforce development dept. at the city assist with longitudinal growth for employees who outgrow these positions?
Barbara Leslie
57:21
The department does do work in this area and the Chamber is a partner in creating employment pipelines in various industries. We are co hosting some virtual job fairs as well this fall. Tamara Walker in the Workforce department is wonderful. Happy to connect with you offline.
Ayliffe (she/her) - Zoo Labs
01:02:09
Is there a conversation about changing policy or public funding to help non-profits increase their capacity for equity work?
Marisa Melo
01:02:37
That’s awesome, thanks Barb. :)
Dale Marie Golden, Bridge Bank
01:03:37
Good question Ayliffe.
Kelly Brown
01:08:31
The Govt Alliance on Racial Equity is helping public agencies and govt engage issues of equity
Kelly Brown
01:09:14
This work can include how they engage nonprofits
Olivia Rebanal
01:09:15
Justice Funders network has a framework for philanthropy to realign away from extractive economies toward more regenerative economies.
Dale Marie Golden, Bridge Bank
01:12:48
I am so sorry Derreck!
Marisa Melo
01:13:10
Whoa, that’s despicable, Derreck.
Constance Young
01:13:12
This story about Walnut Creek is truly disturbing.
Gema E. Cantu
01:17:18
Thank you everyone for your commitment to social justice work! Blessings.
Ayliffe (she/her) - Zoo Labs
01:31:21
Beautiful impact stories. Thank you, Derreck.
Tammy Jones | EBAC
01:31:54
Amazing work!
Jean Marie Durant
01:33:44
Can the panelists speak to collaborating with BIPOC organizations in an authentic and supportive way vs. extractive collaboration?
Ann DiFruscia
01:33:51
Thank you Derek! Real and important work.
Dale Marie Golden, Bridge Bank
01:34:11
So great to hear you Derreck speak real! Please join us at Family Paths Happy Hour today at 4:45 pm so we can continue this discusison!
Barbra Silver
01:36:58
Thanks for putting that out Dm. Family Paths is definitely building those muscles! So inspried
Derreck Johnson
01:36:58
This was fantastic! Thanks Barbara and OCC for putting this event together!!!!!
Helen Green
01:37:04
Great Session!! Thank you to all the panelist for your work & commitment
Kym Johnson-BANANAS
01:37:48
Thanks to the wonderful panel and Oakland Chamber for hosting this discussion. Be well and safe.
Julie Taylor, CAE BOMA OEB
01:38:28
Thank you so much Oakland Chamber and the panelists. So inspiring.
Dale Marie Golden, Bridge Bank
01:39:09
Barbra will you put the Family Paths link in the chat? Thanks. Dale Marie
Constance Young
01:39:43
It would be great to have an "Action Item" list that I/we could take to leadership in my/our companies. My industry (finance) is definitely dominated by Caucasian males. Would love to see greater diversity in the "world of money".
Fran Gallati
01:40:04
fantastic. Dereck—your depth of understanding is very helpful
Barbra Silver
01:40:49
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/family-paths-virtual-womens-leadership-happy-hour-2020-tickets-116803080157
Kelly Brown
01:40:55
Check out DAMI which is examining diversity and inclusion in financial services
Dale Marie Golden, Bridge Bank
01:41:03
Constance, I agree!!! That is why I am so proud to be here for Oakland and its small business and nonprofits.
Constance Young
01:41:12
Thanks Kelly.
Marisa Melo
01:42:04
Yes, we at Meals on Wheels of Alameda County are thankful to bank with Dale Marie at Bridge Bank.
Ann DiFruscia
01:42:10
Thank you David. what you’ve shared is so helpful.
Constance Young
01:42:49
Thanks everyone. Taking off.
Dale Marie Golden, Bridge Bank
01:43:41
Thanks Marisa! My honor!
Jean Marie Durant
01:43:56
Can you talk about how to build trust within the the BIPOC community in order to bring in leaders of color to help support change from within AND also build trust within the Oakland community that is not being seen as “performative”.
Mieko Hatano
01:44:17
thank you all for sharing your knowledge & experiences. lifts me up to continue challenging myself & my organization.
Marisa Melo
01:45:34
Must dash. Thank you for such a great conversation and learning event. Take care.
Keri Butkevich
01:47:51
Thank you for this reflective and honest conversation, and to all involved in organizing this event!
Ayliffe (she/her) - Zoo Labs
01:48:06
& we should build diverse community for adults because they are voting and have more work to do for behavior change
Urban Strategies Council
01:48:59
David Harris
Urban Strategies Council
01:49:11
davidh@urbanstrategies.org
Urban Strategies Council
01:49:21
510-203-2779 (mobile)
Ann DiFruscia
01:50:18
Thankyou Lisa. This was an amazing panel! I will send the recording to the SADC board.
Nina Woodruff-Walker, MOCHA, she/her(s)
01:51:17
Thank you!
Kelly Brown
01:51:25
Thankyou!
Mark Olson
01:51:31
Thank you all!