Author Archives: YWCA Greater Cleveland Admin

Attention Northeast Ohio: It’s Time to Talk 2017

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YWCA Helping to Uplift Leaders | Enter to Win a Prize Pack

When local business owners Barb Brown and Margie Flynn set out to commemorate the 20th anniversary of their Cleveland-based corporate sustainability and governance consulting firm, they embarked on a book project that’s purpose was to give further voice to women leaders. … Continue reading

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Vice President of A Place 4 Me Speaks at Lakewood Foster Care Forum.

Kate Lodge, Vice President of the YWCA’s A Place 4 Me, spoke about the foster care system at a forum held at the Lakewood Public Library on Tuesday April 18th. Lodge discussed the importance of supporting young people who age out … Continue reading

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National Crime Victims Rights Week Luncheon

Thank you to Yvonne Pointer, Latundra Henderson, and Renee Jones for sharing your stories with us in honor of National Crime Victims Rights Week. Ms. Pointer spoke about her own experience with finding and utilizing support services and partnering with … Continue reading

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Luncheon with Yvonne Pointer

A luncheon to be held at 12:30 PM at the YWCA during National Crime Victims Rights Week will feature Yvonne Pointer speaking about her own experience with finding and utilizing support services and partnering with the criminal justice system to … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Talk 2017: The World Cafe, Part 1

This year at It’s Time to Talk, we wanted to move from creating safe space and awareness to action. We decided to use a process called The World Cafe. Using seven design principles and a simple method, the World Cafe … Continue reading

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YWCA Forum on Race Returns with Foundations for Change

YWCA Greater Cleveland is proud to announce that Jane Campbell and Rev. Joan Brown Campbell will have a public discussion as part of this year’s It’s Time to Talk: Forums on Race. It’s Time to Talk is one of many events that is included as part of ”Stokes: Honoring the Past, Inspiring the Future”, and YWCA Greater Cleveland is a community partner for the Stokes initiative. It’s Time to Talk is presented in 2017 through a partnership with Cuyahoga Community College and the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Humanities Center. Continue reading

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