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Nonprofit Leadership and Racial Equity: Report from the Building Movement Project/Race to Lead Survey and Panel Discussion - Shared screen with speaker view
Tania Weiss, CST
30:18
Cancer Support Team sends nurses to the homes of patients (to educate and support them during treatment). we had been doing this using telemedicine. Now that the nurses have all had their shots, we are returning to the in-home model. please visit www.cancersupportteam.org if you know anyone who wants our FREE services.
Don Antonecchia
30:26
St. Christopher's Inc has returned to administrative offices on a hybrid model.
Shirley Acevedo Buontempo
30:43
We are planning virtual Graduation Celebration in June . Join us
Sharon Masciovecchio, NAMI Westchester
31:08
We have a Mental Health Awareness Speakers Forum tomorrow night, but registration ends today at noon. Geared towards Active Military and veterans, their families and professionals. Please feel free to share https://oncewarrioralwayswarrior.eventbrite.com
Jill Bradshaw-Soto
31:18
LSHV offices are open and staff are rotating physically in the office and clients are being seen by appointment.
Jirandy Martinez
31:19
Good morning all. Hi Shirley! Community Resource Center is operating on hybrid model. client appointments for essential services only. screening and other Covid precautions implemented. staff are staggered 2 days a week in person. CRC is actively trying to advance racial equity. thank you NPW for hosting this important discussion. www.crcny.org
David Sorkin (he, him, his) JCC Staten Island
32:57
Good Morning - David Sorkin, he, him, his - Shames JCC on the Hudson
Karen C. Erren
33:26
Good morning, everyone. Karen Erren, Feeding Westchester
Robi Schlaff OFW
33:55
Good morning, Robi Schlaff, director of the Westchester County Office for Women
Kerron Norman
34:55
Good morning! Kerron Norman - Lutheran Social Services of New York
Dante Hudson
35:40
Good Morning! Danté Hudson - YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester
Amy Siniscalchi
35:51
Amy Siniscalchi, Chief Program Officer at My Sisters' Place. Good morning, all :)
Barbara A. Johnson
36:08
Good morning! Barbara A. Johnson, Lutheran Social Services, Board Member.
STeague
36:18
Good Morning
Sheeba Mathai she/her/hers
36:25
Good morning. Sheeba Mathai, Chief Diversity Officer at Legal Services of the Hudson Valley.
STeague
36:26
Sonia Teague
STeague
36:49
Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center
Tamika A. Coverdale, Esq. Legal Aid Westchester(she/her/hers)
36:52
Good morning EVERYONE. Tamika A. Coverdale, Esq. DE&I Officer from the Legal Aid Society of Westchester
anthonysalva
36:55
Good morning! Anthony Salva - Westchester Children’s Museum
Kerry Whelan-Megley
36:56
Good morning, Kerry Whelan-Megley, Executive Director, Family Ties of Westchester
Alisa Kesten she/her white
37:00
Morning all! Alisa Kesten, Westchester Women’s Agenda Board
Cristina Tanzola
37:29
Good morning everyone! Cristina Tanzola, Director of the Human Trafficking Program at My Sisters’ Place.
Jerrice Epps
38:17
Good Morning Everyone, Jerrice Epps Director, Westchester County Office of EEO/AA
Daniel Kaplan
44:08
Good morning, all. Dan Kaplan, Center for Nonprofit Leadership, Adelphi University School of Social Work. I am grateful to be with you in this space and to join you in this important work.
Leeanna Varga, The Center at Mariandale, She/Her
45:23
At the Center at Mariandale, retreat programming staff are in the office 2 days/week and working from home 3 days. All interaction with the public is online at this point. We are hoping to begin offering space for in-person meetings for non-profits and overnight guests again later in the spring/summer when we've finished installing new air purifying units in our HVAC system as well as a UV germicidal unit. And hopefully when Westchester is in a better place with the pandemic.
Jan Fisher, NPW
45:59
Please mute yourselves
Elisha Fernandes Simpson
52:35
good morning. not sure where to put questions, but will there be a discussion about what happened in 2019 that changed the survey results? thank you
Jan Fisher, NPW
53:21
Ask questions in the chat
Marjorie Madfis
54:27
Has the survey been segmented by budget size
Sheeba Mathai she/her/hers
01:01:54
Are you able to recommend any recruitment and racial trauma trainings?
Daniel Kaplan
01:03:56
Please support today's (and tomorrow's) leaders of color at your organization. The Leading in Community program is accepting applications until March 18th. LIC is a leadership development program with a goal to broaden and strengthen the leadership pipeline for people of color and prepare them for nonprofit and community leadership in the Long Island, New York City, and Hudson Valley regions. https://www.adelphi.edu/nonprofit/center-initiatives/leading-in-community/
Jan Fisher, NPW
01:08:27
recommend speaker few
Jan Fisher, NPW
01:08:37
view
Jan Fisher, NPW
01:09:31
after this we will go into facilitated conversations to begin the road to action
Kym she/hers on Munsee Lenape Wappinger Land
01:10:59
He's absolutely right. Look at the history of human services in this country.
Joanne Dunn
01:16:28
Has a study been done locally to denote the racial leadership/makeup of Nonprofits here in Westchester County, NY?
Jan Fisher, NPW
01:17:16
will get information to you Joanne
Betsy Steward
01:17:59
Jan, can you share it with me too? Maybe everyone wants to know about that
Joanne Dunn
01:18:18
thank you Jan as this would be helpful context! many thanks
Jan Fisher, NPW
01:18:32
Not sure it has been done - but will work on it if not
Kym she/hers on Munsee Lenape Wappinger Land
01:24:26
We make the road by walking.
Suzanne Gardos, NPW
01:37:19
Questions for Discussion• How much of what you learned/listened to today resonates with you?• What else would you like to learn to move you to action?• Do you have an idea of what actions you can take/would like to take?
Mo Segall, Pro Bono Partnership
01:39:16
I need to sign off to attend a staff meeting. Thank you so much for the terrific presentation!
Alisa Kesten she/her white
01:39:45
I have arrived at my appointment and regret I will miss the vreakout
Kym she/hers on Munsee Lenape Wappinger Land
01:59:41
I know this is the beginning of the conversation, but we could have used 5 more minutes.
Kym she/hers on Munsee Lenape Wappinger Land
02:04:53
Where are you recruiting? Are you looking at HBCUs? Are you going to Black Greek Organizations?
Kym she/hers on Munsee Lenape Wappinger Land
02:05:10
What types of trainings will give you a solid grounding and aren't one-offs?
Julia Peloso-Barnes
02:08:39
Great idea Kym (recruiting at HBCUs and Black Greeks)
Kym she/hers on Munsee Lenape Wappinger Land
02:10:19
Thanks Julia - I forgot about your comment too about how Maria Imperial's story was compelling and your pivot: Why didn't those two White men think to stand aside?
Ruth Acevedo
02:11:23
Where would I be able to view the recording of this meeting?
Shirley Acevedo Buontempo
02:12:15
Let's also be open about how funding to organizations led by POC is much less than to those who are white led or have a strong social network. Is this a driving factor?
Shirley Acevedo Buontempo
02:13:24
Jan can you provide resources of training for Board/teams of nonprofits on racial equity and mission driven work.?
Erika Rexhouse, LCSW-R
02:13:46
Thank you all!
Maria Imperial
02:13:48
Thank you to all. Looking forward to Part 2.
Amy Siniscalchi
02:13:48
This was fantastic - too short! Thank you to all panelists and to NPW
Damyn Kelly, Lutheran Social Services of NY
02:13:50
It has been a pleasure. Thank you everyone
Anne Ross
02:13:52
Thanks
Mariquita Blumberg
02:13:52
Thank you all!
Sheeba Mathai she/her/hers
02:13:53
Thank you!
Cristina Tanzola
02:13:53
Thank you so much!
Brintha Jeyalingam (she/her/hers) - MSP
02:13:53
Thank you!
Sala - My Sisters' Place (she/her/hers)
02:13:54
This was such a powerful discussion. Thank you!
Jeanette Gisbert
02:13:55
Thank you!
Don Antonecchia
02:13:55
Thank you all who made this possible.
Robi Schlaff OFW
02:13:56
terrific
Blakely Brodbeck
02:13:56
This was excellent
Melissa Szot
02:13:57
Thank you!!
Kerry Whelan-Megley
02:13:59
Thank you all! Excellent start to an important conversation!
Diane Tukman
02:14:06
Thank you
Julia Peloso-Barnes
02:14:08
Thank you!
JD Epps
02:15:00
excellent. Thank you!