Dec 15–15, 2021
12:00PM – 1:45PM
Learn about Chlo’e Edwards, Community Partner in Residence, Bonner Center for Civic Engagement’s fellowship research project supported by the University of Richmond and students from the Jepson School of Leadership Studies!
Crafting a year-long policy agenda as a racial and social justice leader requires a combination of strategies, steps, and opportunities to practice intentionality. The work of policy professionals are often impacted by the diversity, equity, and inclusion and justice work of their organizations, senior leadership and management, and more. Through this policy development guide, organizations, professionals, and community leaders will learn a variety of steps and strategies ranging from concepts & constructs, organizational and leadership change theories, characteristics of an empowered good trouble leader, intersectional policy & practice theories, advocacy vs. activism strategies, the effectiveness of coalitions vs. networks, and outreach and engagement practices. Whether you are senior leadership, a community leader, a policy analyst, or coalition leader, there is a component of this guide that will speak to you! Attend this policy research launch to gain high-level insight on the scope of the project and its findings for the first time! Register here.