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Amplify Workshop: Adapting Anti-Racist Practices in the Workplace

December 1, 2022 at 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

$12.00 – $36.00

Amplify Workshop: Adapting Anti-Racist Practices in the Workplace

December 1, 2022 | 11 AM – 1 PM EST

Continuing our work in supporting women and girls serving organizations in pursuing diversity, equity, and inclusion practices, we invite you to our next Amplify workshop.

Since the murder of George Floyd and the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter Movement, local nonprofit organizations seek to create a work environment that is inclusive and reflects the populations they serve. Adopting anti-racist practices, several of our grantee organizations have begun examining decision-making processes, organizational structures, hiring practices, and community engagement strategies.

Facilitated by Dayna Campbell from the Women of Color Health Equity Collective and Kristen van Ginhoven of WAM Theatre, this workshop will center on adopting anti-racist and inclusive practices in the workplace for our community partner organizations.

Anticipated topics include board development, leadership structures, decision-making processes, organizational practices, and community engagement.

Meet our Workshop Facilitators

Dayna Campbell, President of the Board of Directors and co-Executive Director of the Women of Color Health Equity Collective

Dayna Campbell is an Assistant Professor at American International College in the School of Health Sciences, Public Health program in Springfield and Adjunct Instructor at Holyoke Community College in the Foundations of Health, Community Health Worker certificate program. She is currently the President of the Board of Directors and co-Executive Director of the Women of Color Health Equity Collective (formerly MotherWoman, Inc.) a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the empowerment and resilience of Women of Color, families, and communities.
Dayna is a trainer in cultural humility and community-based participatory research and has spent the last two decades training future public health professionals, especially in the areas of population health, health education and promotion, and program planning and development. Dayna is an experienced lecturer, trainer, and researcher in the areas of diversity and inclusion, cultural humility, culturally responsive planning, and evaluation, and disparities in health status and outcomes. Women’s health has dominated her research, particularly as it relates to reproductive health and pregnancy outcomes. She received her Graduate degrees from the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina.

Kristen van Ginhoven, Producing Artistic Director and co-Founder of WAM Theatre 

Kristen is a leader, director,  educator, change-maker, and social entrepreneur who works at the intersection of arts and activism. A dual Canadian/American citizen, Kristen is based in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, where she regularly enjoys the many outdoor and cultural wonders. As WAM’s Producing Artistic Director, her selected directing credits include Ann (Co-pro with Dorset Theatre Festival), The Bakelite Masterpiece (with Berkshire Theatre Group), In Darfur (New England Premiere), and Emilie (New England Premiere). Kristen has also directed Ann at Arena Stage and Dallas Theatre Center, Disgraced and I and You at Chester Theatre, The Whale at Adirondack Theatre Festival, and the 10 Minute Play Festival at Barrington Stage Company and has been an assistant director at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada and the Huntington Theatre in Boston. Kristen trained at Dalhousie University (BA), Queen’s University (BEd), and Emerson College (MA). She is a member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, a theatre artist for the International Schools Theatre Association which has provided her the opportunity to travel around the world, and a member of the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab. Growing WAM Theatre and being honored by the Berkshire Theatre Critics Association with the prestigious Larry Murray Award, presented to a person or theatre project that advances social, political, or community issues in Berkshire County are two of Kristen’s proudest achievements. An artist, feminist, and highly sensitive person, she values healthy practices like meditating and walking, time affluence, and social connection. Her guiding quote isI may be one person, but I can be one person who makes a difference.” 

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December 1, 2022
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
$12.00 – $36.00
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