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Save the Date:

September 8, 2020

9:30 am - 3:00 pm

We are pleased to announce that on September 8th, 2020, NHCT will be offering a free, half-day webinar entitled R2—The Race & Resiliency Talks featuring Pat Stanislaski and Corey Best. The presenters will engage their audience in an exploration of resilience, factors that influence and promote it, and how race and historical inequity create institutional legacies that inform individual choices and realities.

Qualification for professional development credits for several disciplines is being explored. Updated information regarding professional development credits for this webinar series will be provided here within the coming weeks—so please check back often.

 

Meet Our Speakers

Corey Best  Session 1 Presenter

Corey Best is first, a dedicated father. He is originally from Washington, D.C., and currently calls Florida home, where he began his transformation into adaptive leadership training, community organizing, authentic family engagement, race equity, primary prevention, and highlighting “good enough parenting” for those impacted by the child welfare system.

Corey is commonly known as a leader and skilled facilitator, bringing his professional experiences to life by activating group thinking and guiding sustainable child welfare system advancements. He was granted the 2016 Casey Family Programs Excellence for Children Award for his innovative style and approach. Most recently, he has helped to spearhead an authentic family engagement pilot through the lens of race equity. This work has allowed Corey to take leadership to the next level. He believes a leader must have a set of values and behaviors that embrace differences, shared power, and social contribution to see lasting changes within our communities.

Corey is certified in the Children's Trust Fund Alliance's Bringing the Protective Factors Framework to Life in Your Work. In addition to several speaking and technical assistance opportunities, he serves as the Community Curator at Mining For Gold, LLC. In short, Corey’s mission is to positively impact the lives of children, families, and communities through safe and racially equitable relationships.

Pat Stanislaski  Session 2 Presenter

Pat Stanislaski is the Director of Partnering for Prevention, a NJ consulting firm. Her career in child abuse prevention spans almost 40 years, during which she directed a statewide prevention program as well as an international program in 16 countries outside the US. Pat is a frequent keynote/workshop presenter at national and international conferences where her focus has been on the importance of empathy and resilience in developing strong children and families. She has served as a member of the Expert Faculty for the International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and with that focus, has conducted trainings in child abuse prevention for more than 6,000 people across the United States and in 16 countries around the world.

Currently, she is a senior consultant for the Children's Trust Fund Alliance where she writes curricula, provides technical support to state Trust Funds and has been the lead trainer for their Protective Factors Framework National Certification Training. 

Continuing Education Units

 

This program has been approved for 3.5  Category A Continuing Education Credits by the National Association of Social Workers, NH Chapter. CEU #3728

Schedule Overview

 

9:30

Join the waiting room!

9:45

Welcome & Introduction

10:00

Session 1

12:00

Break

12:45

Welcome back!

1:00

2:45

Session 2

Thank You & Closing Remarks

Session 1

10:00 - 11:45

 
Hearts, Minds & Humanity
Presented by: Corey Best, Community Curator at Mining For Gold, LLC

Session 2

1:00 - 2:45

Why Some Bounce Back and Some Never Do—the Phenomenon of Resilience
Presented by: Pat Stanislaski, Director of Director of Partnering for Prevention and a Senior Consultant for the National Alliance of Children’s Trust & Prevention Funds
 
Become a Sponsor

Interested in becoming a sponsor for this event? For more information about becoming a sponsor and the different levels of sponsorship available, please contact Diane Hastings, Community Relations Coordinator.

Thank you to our sponsors!

New Hampshire Children's Trust 501(c)3

The Concord Center, 10 Ferry Street, Suite 307, Concord, NH 03301​

info@nhchildrenstrust.org | (603) 224-1279

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