Establishing and sustaining an equity agenda and culture begins with a commitment from the organization’s leaders. Although the impetus for the work may stem from an event or some other call to action, the major responsibility rests with leadership. This episode (the second of six) dives into how leaders are called upon to do their own work while modeling and supporting others. How do you cut through systems of oppression to avoid harm and injury? Carmen Marshall talks with Paul Sevett, incoming ADTA president about moving through a process of vulnerability and taking risks to discover what’s possible. A Six-Part Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Webinar Series: Episode 2.
Original Webcast Date: 6/2/2020
Continuing Education Credits: 1.5 ADTA CE, 1.5 NBCC CE, 1.5 NY LCAT C
*This webinar is free, however users must register below.
Carmen C. Marshall, her expertise in the nonprofit sector incorporates a wealth of on-the-ground experience as an executive director and a consultant helping organizations with building capacity, strategic planning, board governance, fundraising, equity and inclusion, team building, leadership development, and change management. Carmen knows first-hand how transformative it can be when people get serious about confronting racism, sexism, and the other isms and schisms that divide us in the workplace and community. Informed by her work in civil rights, Carmen is dedicated to working with world changers – organizations and leaders – who are serious about making progress in the area of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Her passion is integrating coaching, facilitation, and training to call upon the giftedness and greatness in others who work in the nonprofit sector.
Paul Sevett MA, BC-DMT, LICSW, began his dance therapy education at the University of Wisconsin in 1977. He started his career in Dance/Movement Therapy after receiving his MA degree from Goucher College in 1983. Over the past 37 years he has worked in a variety of psychiatric settings, both inpatient and outpatient in Maryland, Washington DC, and Minnesota. Currently, Paul has a private practice in St. Paul, MN and works part time in a group psychology practice. He offers supervision to dance/movement therapists, social workers, and professional counselors as well as teaches about dance/movement therapy in China and via alternate route courses in Dance/Movement Therapy in Minnesota and online. The focus of his work is on utilizing the natural wisdom of the body and its energy to promote the integration of body, mind, and heart.
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