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Beth Meyer: Meet/Greet with Leading for Change

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2017-08-08 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
YWCA Southern Arizona- Frances McClelland Community Center
Address: 525 N Bonita Ave, Tucson, AZ 85745, USA

Join us as Beth Meyer of Leading for Change shares their work in training folks to run for office. Ask questions and learn more about the opportunities available through Leading for Change.


About Leading For Change
Our Purpose
To ensure that all people living in our country have equal access to opportunities that enable them to advance economically, academically and socially.
Our Mission
To provide leaders and emerging leaders with the necessary and effective tools, resources and networks to advance social justice and progressive values in communities.

Our Values
All persons living in the United States have access to:
Quality Education at all levels of learning
Quality Health Care for children, youth and adults
A Fair and Compassionate Judicial System
Freedom of Choice
Equality in the Workplace

Leading For Change (LFC) is a non-profit, non-partisan training organization dedicated to developing the next generation of civic leaders in their quest to enhance the lives and opportunities in their communities. Through a cadre of programs, collaborations and partnerships with diverse community leaders and social justice organizations, we are working to build a foundation for and pipeline of civic leaders who are prepared to reshape Arizona for the betterment of its people – children, youth and adults alike.

Founded by Beth Meyer, former National State Operations Vice President of the Center for Progressive Leadership, in collaboration with community leaders and elected officials, Leading For Change was established to fill gaps in the training and preparation of emerging leaders planning to run for office, engaged in community organizing, developing policy and/or working within non-profit social justice organizations.

Our Trainings
LFC trainings are intentionally designed to be transformational. Going beyond skills training, our interactive training and learning approaches forge new ways of thinking, and exercising leadership. Expert trainers and curriculum challenge participants to reflect critically, draw upon their experiences, and expand their approach to and practice of leadership for change. Program Overviews

Concentrating on a specific set of political leadership areas, including leading by your values, using power; communicating; creating and relaying a vision; planning strategically; engaging and understanding your community. Our comprehensive programs are comprised of diverse leaders who are civically involved. These include;
Advocacy and Non-Profit Leaders
Community Organizers and Activists
Future Candidates
Public Officials
City, County and State Policy-Makers and Influencers

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    What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

    Parking is available at the YWCA on a First Come, First Serve basis. Additional parking is available along the entire stretch of Bonita Ave, along the Eastern side or at Pima Community College. Do not park at Treasure Chest/Rio Nuevo Books next door.

    How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

    This is a Save the Date, additional information will be available by August 11th, including all confirmed speakers.

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