Leadership Breakfast with Tea Rozman Clark

Leadership Breakfast with Tea Rozman Clark

About The Leadership Breakfast Series

Looking to get to the next level in your nonprofit career? At YNPN Twin Cities' Leadership Breakfast series, nonprofit Executive Directors and other 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 Tea Rozman Clark, Executive Director of Green Card Voices:

TeaRozmanClark225.jpgTwenty years ago, while working in refugee camps in the war-torn former Yugoslavia, Tea Rozman Clark made a commitment to serve those whose lives had been unjustly disrupted by conflict. Years later, as she visited Srebrenica residents as part of her postgraduate studies at New York University (and University of Nova Gorica), Tea realized the impact of first-person digital story sharing. 
Tea  has dedicated her life to sharing the stories of immigrants with the goal of shrinking the divide between immigrant and non-immigrant communities in the U.S. As a native citizen of what was known as Yugoslavia, Tea has found a home for her virtual story-telling organization, Green Card Voices within Intermedia Arts’ ArtsHub.

She formed Green Card Voices, an organization that combats stereotypes by empowering immigrants to tell their stories. Tea received a Bush Fellowship in 2015 to build her nonprofit manager skills to grow Green Card Voices into the largest video library of immigrant stories in the country.

Previously, Tea worked for Reconciliation and Culture Cooperative Network, a New York City non-profit working with immigrants from the Former Yugoslavia. Tea is an NYU graduate in Near and Middle Eastern studies and has a PhD in Cultural History, specializing in oral history recording from the University of Nova Gorica. She is first generation immigrant from Slovenia and 2015 Bush Leadership Fellow.


 Leadership Breakfast Registration Lottery

Registration for this event will be open from Tuesday December 27 - Friday December 30. We allow as many people to sign up for the event as possible, and from there we choose 20 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 [email protected] to let us know to place your name in the correct lottery.

Our facilitator will reach out to all participants by Tuesday January 3 letting everyone know whether or not they received a spot through the lottery. 

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.
  • Bagels and coffee are provided!


January 13, 2017 at 7am - 8:30am
Intermedia Arts
2822 Lyndale Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55408
United States
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