A Made-in-Chicago Model for Collaboration

Wednesday, November 13

4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

A Made-in-Chicago Model for Collaboration

Location: Salon A-3 (Lower Level)

Driving meaningful community change through cross-sector collaboration can seem nebulous. Why do some partnerships sap time and resources, while others are instrumental to driving transformative change? A place-based initiative in the predominantly Mexican Marshall Square community of Chicago will share the model for helping organizations achieve exponential impact in the community they serve, while also strengthening their resources, skills, and knowledge. This workshop will give you a framework for how to help your community thrive through collective action.

Presented by Latinos Progresando

More about this workshop:

Achieving Impact in Chicago, Collectively

President and CEO
Esperanza Health Centers
Founder and Principal
Kathleen Gregory Consulting LLC
Founder and CEO
Latinos Progresando
Executive Director & Founder
OPEN Center for the Arts
Executive Director
Taller de José
150 150 Jacqueline Brennan
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