Register now – Leadership for Equity and Opportunity

October 13, 2020

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Join your Marin neighbors and colleagues to break down hierarchies and create equitable change. Register now for the informational webinar (Wed. Oct. 14th 12Noon ) and the workshop series (registration deadline Jan 19th)

Apply for the 2021 Marin Cohort 

Application Deadline: January 19, 2021 

You are invited to participate in an informational webinar 

with Dr. Monica Sharma and LEO alumni on 

October 14th 12:00-1:30pm  

Our community has faced unprecedented times in the face of a public health and economic crisis and an amplified demand for racial justice. The focus of Marin LEO 2021 will be on transforming the systems, policies and norms perpetuating inequities in Marin County – from education to public safety to civic engagement and social services. 

Community change makers and leaders across sectors and generations will work together in this cohort to build a new future. The work is about our own capacity for creating the results we want to see, and how we work together differently to reach our common goals.  No matter where you are in your career or leadership journey, this program supports you to generate change. This program is for: 

  • Senior Leadership: CEOs, Executive Directors and other senior leaders in organizations or government 
  • Emerging Leaders: Program coordinators, managers and emerging leaders who want to deepen their capacity for generating change and moving results forward within the organization
  • Community Activists: Those who volunteer their time and capacities to the community outside of a formal organizational structure to help realize change
  • Young Leaders: The 2021 cohort will explicitly include young leaders.  The heart of the current movement is undeniably the next generation. 

The program will be offered virtually this year, through a live online learning platform.  Live participation in all program sessions is required.

This program is offered free of charge to Marin County residents and change makers.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE

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