Who: CBHL members What: This 60-minute call was designed to provide you with an overview of the results of the member engagement survey and calls between our Board and CBHL members conducted in late 2019 and early 2020, as well as recommendations to incorporate this year and beyond. Most importantly, we will have plenty of time built in to discuss […]
Facilitated by Wendy Varnell, Chief Strategy Officer, LifeWorks, and Kaleigh Emerson, Project Manager, Center for Youth Mental Health
Facilitated by Ken Minkoff, MD, Senior System Consultant, ZiaPartners, and Brent Mikulski, President and CEO, Services to Enhance Potential
Facilitated by Kathy Sternbach, Partner, TriWest Group LLC and Kelly Davis, Director of Peer Advocacy, Supports and Services, Mental Health America
Open to CBHL Members & Un-Summit Attendees. Any collaboration that strives to improve the health and wellbeing of a community is fueled by a passion to make the community better. However, barriers are unconsciously created by having people not representative of the community as leaders of the collaboration. Systemic and community change efforts and the elimination of structural racism cannot occur without partnerships led by black, indigenous and people of color representing the diversity of the community.
On April 6, we held a leadership conversation titled, Courageous Leadership – Stepping Away from Power and Privilege to Build Community Trust. As part of our follow-up survey, there were numerous requests for follow up conversations for participants to open up and share experiences, to explore allyship more fully, and to deeper dive the "how" of courageous leadership.