Board volunteering series: Building a more Equitable and Inclusive Board

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Start
June 20, 2024 12:00 pm
End
June 20, 2024 1:00 pm

This session is free and open to the public. Anyone in Ottawa interested in the topic is welcome to join. Click here to register.

 

Join us for an empowering session led by Fora: Network for Change, where we’ll explore the significance of including young women and gender-marginalized youth in board-level decision-making. Using Fora’s young, feminist framework, we will delve into why their perspectives are crucial for inclusive and effective leadership.

 

Fora: Network for Change is dedicated to equipping the next generation of leaders with the skills and opportunities needed to make their voices heard in key decision-making spaces. Since 2009, Fora (formerly G(irls)20), has been investing in young changemakers experiencing gender-based discrimination, and working to build more inclusive and equitable decision-making spaces. Through renowned leadership training, advocacy, and community-building initiatives, as well as signature programs — Rise on Boards, the Global Summit, and Advocacy efforts — Fora helps young trailblazers gain new skills, confidence, supportive networks, and opportunities to lead gender equity movements, advance in their career trajectories, and change the status quo.

 

This webinar aims to inspire and prepare participants to advocate for meaningful representation and influence at the highest levels.

 

Who should attend? 

  • Current directors serving on non-profit and charitable boards. 

How to attend? 

This workshop will be hosted live online over the Zoom platform. Click here to register and receive the link.

What you will need 

Learners should join this session from a Zoom-capable device and be able to participate through voice or chat. The link will be sent to all registrants in advance. If you haven’t received the link, please contact: [email protected] 

Cancellations 

Learn more about what to expect after registrations and cancellations here. 

 

Board volunteering series: Building a more Equitable and Inclusive Board

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