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And Still We Rise: Six-Month Leadership Forum for Womxn of Color

October 21 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT


And Still We Rise is a six-month leadership forum for all people who self-identify as womxn of color leaders. As womxn of color leaders, the pressures we face are enormous. Every day, we juggle the demands of caring for our families and communities while needing to constantly establish our credibility, competence, and worth in a society that devalues and marginalizes us. We often do not have the support we need to be successful in the white supremacy structures that are embedded within the organizations/groups of which we are a part. We experience high levels of stress and burnout as we do our best to push against a concrete ceiling. And frankly… we are exhausted. Yet, our leadership is needed now more than ever. How do we stay the course without sacrificing our wellness and wholeness? How do we bring our most authentic and powerful selves to the table and lead from our unique vision and values as womxn of color? These are some of the themes we will address in And Still We Rise.



photo of Amihan Jennifer Matias

Amihan Jennifer Matias is the founder of KAPWA Racial Equity Transformation, a racial equity consulting, training, and coaching organization. She has over 30 years of experience working with social justice and social change organizations and has developed several cutting edge and nationally recognized executive leadership development programs. These have included a nonprofit executive coaching program for emerging Black, Indigenous, and People of Color leaders of community-based organizations, a nonprofit management training institute, and this leadership forum for womxn of color leaders, And Still We Rise. Amihan is also a founding board member of the Sojourner Truth School for Social Change Leadership.


October 21
10:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT
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