July 21, 2021 10:00 AM • Virtual - Zoom Meeting

    • June 30, 2021
    • 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual- Zoom Meeting
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    The last year will have a lasting impact on Michigan’s communities — how can we not only recover during this pivotal moment, but use it as an opportunity to promote inclusive change? Join us for the first virtual conversation in our Summer of CEDAM policy education series, featuring speakers Rep. Sarah Anthony and Joan Nelson of Allen Neighborhood Center on June 30 at 11:30 am. We’ll discuss how robust funding for community development programs paired with a greater focus on racial equity and inclusion in state and federal COVID-19 policy responses can spur economic growth and a sustainable recovery for Michigan’s communities. 

    The Summer of CEDAM is a monthly series that will spotlight our 2021-22 policy priorities: community economic development, economic inclusion, and affordable housing. These priorities were identified through stakeholder groups and member surveys, and guide our advocacy efforts, shape our coalitions, and help mobilize our partners and members. The series will feature three virtual conversations and an in-person wrap-up event to hear from legislators about the opportunities to move these community development policy priorities forward, as well as from our members who can provide insight to their work and the needs of their communities.

    *AmeriCorps members may not attend these sessions on AmeriCorps time.

    • July 21, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM (EDT)
    • Virtual - Zoom Meeting

    CEDAM and the Ohio CDC Association are excited to be working with Think for Good, Inc. in presenting Competent Communication.

    During this webinar, participants will be able to identify and understand deep level communication strategies for personal and professional settings as well as learn effective rapport and connection-building techniques.

    Post Workshop Deliverables: Personal communication style assessment


    Think For Good, Incorporated (TFG) is a civic engagement and strategy consultancy supporting individuals and organizations to boost their efficacy through creative ideation, strategic planning, and implementation.


    Tray is committed to systemic problem-solving and co-creating a theory of change to achieve success in a myriad of issue areas. Affectionately known as the “Service Nerd” by his colleagues, Tray focuses on developing cross-sector solutions and training professionals and organizations to effectuate empathy in communities. The pseudonym was derived from his extensive knowledge and expertise in servant leadership, volunteer management, and national service.

    Living and Leading Intentionally on February 25 at 10am EST. 

    During this webinar, participants will be able to identify their personal barriers, initiate a personal mission statement to guide decision-making and intentional goal setting for life and leadership, and identify their personal and professional signatures. 

    . in presenting Living and Leading Intentionally on February 25 at 10am EST. 

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