Friday, October 2, 2020

12:30 PM ET

Welcome Message

& Introductions;

30 minutes

Welcome Message From Beth Babcock followed by 
Audience Introductions​
1:00 PM ET

Concurrent sessions;

45 minutes

Roundtable with Beth Babcock: Fostering a Data-Driven Culture
(Max 10 participants, first come-first serve)
Flipping the Script: Oral Narrative Workshop with Tom Mould
(Maximum 50 participants)
Engaging Participants in Goal Setting and Resilience During Challenging Times
Sarah Bellemore
Karen Matson
Practitioner Workshop: The Value of Experienced, Skilled Professionals in Mobility Mentoring
Maite Gadellaa
Lisan Jansen Lorkeers
Marloes de Bie
Summit Learnings: Changing the Narrative of Poverty and Bias—How organizations are creating equitable and inclusive programming
Jacqueline Travis
Victoria Bennett
Evette Jasper
Joy Bivens
Raysheema Rainey
Program Highlights: Multi-Service Agencies
Natalie Wood
Kaylin McCarthy
Ginger Haggerty
2:00 PM ET

Concurrent sessions;

45 minutes

Roundtable with Beth Babcock: Shifting Funding Dynamics in Today's Political Climate (Max 10 Participants, First Come-First Serve)
Self-Care Practices to Promote a Work-Life Balance
Dave Benson
George Lavin
Diana Rocha
 
Learning from Mobility Mentoring Data: What works, for whom?
David Phillips
Charlie Homer
Considerations for Using Mobility Mentoring Models in Child Welfare Settings
Elizabeth Wolkomir
Markus Kessler
Lorraine McGirt
Ruthie Liberman
Program Highlights: Housing Programs
​Lisa Cruden
Lori Haskell
Elyse Montgomery
Ginger Haggerty
3:00 PM ET

Closing Message & Networking;

60 minutes

Knowledge Leader Awardees Recognition

Breakout Topic: Mobility Mentoring in the Netherlands
Breakout Topic: Racial Equity and Inclusion
Breakout Topic: Mobility Mentoring in Child Welfare Programs
Breakout Topic: The Future of Mobility Mentoring Learning with Engage@EMPath
Breakout Topic: OPEN

Monday, October 5, 2020

12:30 PM ET

30 minutes

Welcome Message from Mary Coleman followed by the 
Annual Member Recognition Ceremony
1:00 PM ET

Concurrent sessions;
45 minutes

Roundtable with Beth BabcockChanging Labor Markets and Educational Landscape and the Impact on Economic Mobility (Coaching; Max 10 Participants, First Come-First Serve)
New Tools and Strategies: Mobility Mentoring for people with mild intellectual disability or low literacy skills
Maite Gadellaa
Lisan Jansen Lorkeers
Continual Learning Process
Hannah Morehead
Devashri Salvi

Design Frameworks for Program Innovation: Human Centered Design and Rapid Cycle Evaluation 
Jennifer Winkler
Ruthie Liberman
Program Highlights: Vulnerable Populations
Kristen Risley
Maria Yolanda Parra 
Sue Johnson
Blanca Medina 
Marta Fernandez
Ginger Haggerty​
2:00 PM ET

Concurrent sessions;
45 minutes

Roundtable with Beth Babcock: Equity & Inclusion in Our Work at EMPath (Max 10 Participants, First Come-First Serve)
Proactively Adapting to a Changing Labor Market
Craig Gebers
Nick Hughes
Beth Giffords
Ginger Haggerty
Ethical Story Sharing: Considerations for Nonprofits Engaging People with Lived Experience
Erin Casey
Jeff Katz
Chelsea Sedani

Fostering a Learning Community
Stephanie Brueck-Cassoli
Jentien Pan
Ruthie Liberman
Program Highlights: Early Childhood & Education
Natalie Veilleaux
Kelly Kaiser
Melody Valdes
Barbara Louis
3:00 PM ET

Closing Message & Networking;

60 minutes

Closing Remarks
Breakout Topic: Vulnerable Populations
Breakout Topic: Cultural and Linguistic Considerations
Breakout Topic: Mobility Mentoring in Residential Settings
Breakout Topic: Intergen / 2Gen Approaches

Member Convening Schedule 

308 Congress Street, 5th Floor

Boston, Massachusetts 02210

info@empathways.org

Tel: 617-259-2900

Fax: 617-247-8826

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