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Leadership Breakfast with Sarah Super

Leadership Breakfast with Sarah Super

About The Leadership Breakfast Series

Looking to get to the next level in your nonprofit career? At YNPN Twin Cities' Leadership Breakfast series, nonprofit leaders will share with you exactly how they did it, what they learned and what they're looking for in a rising nonprofit leader.

A little bit about Sarah Super, Founder of Break the Silence:

headshot.jpgSarah Super is a rape survivor, educator, and activist. She founded Break the Silence to create more invitations and platforms for survivors of sexual violence to organize and speak truth to power. Sarah's professional background includes facilitating dialogues on white privilege and racism, teaching trauma-sensitive yoga, and training organizations in trauma-informed responses to human rights abuses. 
Sarah earned bachelor's degrees in sociology and American studies and a master's degree in human resource development from the University of Minnesota.

 

 

 

 

Leadership Breakfast Registration Lottery

Registration for this event will be open from Friday January 19 - Tuesday January 23. We allow as many people to sign up for the event as possible, and from there we choose 25 participants at random, while also holding space for young nonprofit professionals who identify as a person of color. We do this to keep these events intimate while ensuring everyone has a fair chance to attend a Leadership Breakfast event. If you registered for the lottery and identify as a person of color, you can email info@ynpntwincities.org to let us know to place your name in the correct lottery.

Our facilitator will reach out to all participants by Thursday January 25 letting everyone know whether or not they received a spot through the lottery. Lottery winners will be asked to submit a question for our speaker in order to confirm their space. Unconfirmed spaces will be given to members of the wait list.

What you need to know:

  • Our media sponsor, Pollen, will be at the event with a photographer and writer on hand.
  • There will be a YNPN member on site to facilitate and help you get the most out of these discussions.

 

WHEN
February 09, 2018 at 7:30am - 9am
WHERE
Common Roots
2558 Lyndale Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55405
United States
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CONTACT
Alyssa Scott
46 RSVPS
Mercedes Plendl Jamal Adam Sunshine Bacus Tom Loftus Teresa Hatfield Amanda Pike McDew Isaih Handy Madeline Kiehn Amy Hansen Abby Slick Noël Anderson Laura Fagen Brendan Hebert Stephanie Besst Julie Bluhm Katie Lajiness Courtney Castleberry Grace Nelson David Langley Lauren Peck Katherine Lymn Kaitlyn Worachek Laura Henry Aaron Zimmerman Lucy Bossert Filsan ibrahim Mary Gossett Colin Colby Ashley Grell Maggie Murphy Ayrie Gomez Abrianna Thao Jessie Fiene Chelsea Stanton

Who's RSVPing

Mercedes Plendl
Jamal Adam
Sunshine Bacus
Tom Loftus
Teresa Hatfield
Amanda Pike McDew
Isaih Handy
Madeline Kiehn
Amy Hansen
Abby Slick
Noël Anderson
Laura Fagen
Brendan Hebert
Stephanie Besst
Julie Bluhm
Katie Lajiness
Courtney Castleberry

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