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Workshop: Leaders of Color (Bay Area)

Details

Session 1

Date: September 28, 2017
Time: 10:00-2:00
Where: The Bay School of San Francisco (map)

Session 2

Date: November 1, 2017
Time: 10:00-2:00
Where: The Bay School of San Francisco (map)

Session 3

Date: January 10, 2018
Time: 10:00-2:00
Where: The Bay School of San Francisco (map)

Social Event

Date: March 21, 2018
Time: 5:30-7:00
Where: The Bay School of San Francisco (map)

Session 4

Date: April 24, 2018
Time: 10:00-2:00
Where: The Bay School of San Francisco (map)

Fee: $1500 Members; ($2250 Non-members)

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Leaders of Color (Bay Area)

Early-bird (before Sept 1): $1400 Members
Regular (Sept 2 – Sept 14): $1500 Members
Late (after Sept 15): $1550 Members


The Leaders of Color program is an opportunity for educators of color to explore their leadership visions, opportunities, and aspirations within and beyond independent schools. For experienced, emerging and questioning leaders of color at all stages of their careers, this yearlong series will offer participants time and support to:

  • Clarify their visions and goals as educators,
  • Identify core leadership competencies and challenges,
  • Design their own professional growth plans, and
  • Network and build vital personal and professional relationships.

With the intention of knowing and sustaining ourselves in our careers, we will lean into case studies; reflect on our own experiences; talk frankly about the challenges, opportunities and expectations for leaders of color; recognize our personal growth edges; and drill down on the skills and knowledge we have and need to thrive on our diverse professional paths. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from guest educational leaders in and beyond the independent school community, who will share their own journeys and lessons learned as leaders of color.

Steve and Alison are excited to bring Leaders of Color: A Professional Learning Community back for its fourth year in the San Francisco Bay Area. The program is also in its third year in the Seattle area, co-facilitated by Alison and Percy Abram, Head of the Bush School, through a collaboration with NWAIS.

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Facilitators

Steve Morris

Steve Morris

Steve Morris is in his tenth year as the Head of the San Francisco School (SFS), a private, pk-8 school. He has been working as a teacher and administrator in independent schools for the past 20 years. Steve has also served as a Trustee on numerous Boards including but not limited to: The California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS), The Urban School of San Francisco, The San Francisco Day School, California Teachers Development Collaborative (CATDC), Bay Area Teacher Training Initiative (BATTI), People of Color in Independent Schools (POCIS), and Youth Speaks, a San Francisco-based arts program.
Alison Park

Alison Park

Alison Park is the founder of Blink Consulting. Since 2005, Blink has collaborated with over 80 schools nationally, as well as private, government and community-based organizations to critically rethink diversity, equity and inclusion, in order to create communities where all children, youth and adults can thrive. Alison has facilitated at numerous conferences, including AsEA, CAIS, EBISA, NAIS, POCC, NWAIS Fall Educators and Institutional Leadership and WPC. Formerly on Park Day School’s Board of Trustees, Alison currently serves on the Board of Directors of the educational access program SMART. Before Blink, Alison taught in the independent, public and community non-profit sectors for thirteen years.
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