Announcing YNPN Learning Circle 2015!


Conversations on
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

YNPN NM Learning Circles are designed to build
nonprofit leadership skills through current, innovative information on best practices, facilitated discussion, and expansion of peer networks.
LC 2015 is a six-week program starting October 6, 2015.

Learning Circles are limited to a small, intimate cohort.  It’s recommended that you indicate your interest soon, as spots are expected to fill up quickly.

Sessions will be on Tuesdays, 7:30AM-9:00AM at Albuquerque Community Foundation.
Cost – $50 for all six sessions| $75 for non-members*

Week 1 Who are you?                                                                     October 6
Facilitated by Ian Esquibel, YNPN Board of Directors

Week 2 Who are our neighbors?                                                    October 13
Travis Suazo, Executive Director, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Elsa Menéndez, Education Director, National Hispanic Cultural Center
Kay Bounkeua, NM Asian Family Center

Week 3 Diversity – Mixing & Uniting                                                October 20
Dr. De Leon, UNM Division of Equity and Inclusion
Rodney Bowes, UNM Men of Color Initiative

Week 4 Awareness & Sensitivity                                                     October 27
Kiran Katira, UNM Community Engagement Center

Week 5 Social Justice                                                                     November 3

Week 6 Empowerment                                                                    November 10
Ona Porter, CEO, Prosperity Works

To participate in the 2015 Learning Circle series, please download an application by clicking HERE, complete and send to no later than noon on September 25. Space is limited. 
Acceptance notices will be sent by September 28.

*Non-members will have an opportunity to become YNPN members at the discounted rate of $15 if done so before the final Learning Circle session on November 10.

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