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Saturday, March 24 • 9:30am - 10:55am
Building Power Within & Power With to Mobilize Resources

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Communities of color are devastated by wars waged against us in the name of safety. Slavery, divestment, displacement, and more are connected to community-level post-traumatic stress disorder and internalized oppression, which manifests in ways that make us play small, settle for less and work in isolation even when our work is about community and movement building. To transform self, systems and culture we must embody the change we envision using deep practice that grounds wisdom into our lives. This highly participatory session centers personal transformation, storytelling, community building and visioning to foster empowerment and interdependence among fundraisers and resource mobilizers. Using the Colorado Transformative Leadership Fellowship as a model, participants will begin visioning ways to individually and collectively raise resources to transform movements from the inside out.

Speakers
avatar for Davian Gagne

Davian Gagne

DCG Consulting/Transformative Leadership for Change
Davian has over 15 years of blended experience working in both the nonprofit and government sectors. She has deep experience with nonprofit development, fundraising, and social justice movement building. Most recently, she transitioned out of the nonprofit sector to be the Projec... Read More →
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Taij Moteelall

Media Sutra, Inc.
Born in Guyana and raised largely in the Bronx, NY, Taij Kumarie Moteelall is an Indo-Caribbean artist, activist and entrepreneur. She founded Standing in Our Power (SiOP), a network of cis and transgender women of color, and gender non-conforming folks of color, committed to co-creating a new story of holistic transformation, sustainability and wellness. She launched Media Sutra as a vehicle for self-determination, and supports clients to infuse their work with breakthrough strategies that allows them to be more visible, sustainable and impactful.Taij has written and performed nationally and internationally, raised millions of dollars for social service and social justice organizations, established new organizations, transformed existing organizations, and supported leaders as a facilitator and coach. As the Director of Programs for Spirit in Action, she helped to revamp the organization’s mission, vision and theory of change, while supporting national networks to advance progressive communications, democratic education and transformative... Read More →



Saturday March 24, 2018 9:30am - 10:55am
Room B Hannah S. Block Community Arts Center