Planning that Creates the Future

Conversation - composite LOW RESHow could your annual planning create the future of your community? And how is that different from the planning most organizations already do?

Gayle Valeriote has been doing just that kind of planning with organizations across North America. In the February edition of the Making Change vid-cast, Gayle will be joined by the leaders of two of those organizations, to talk about what that planning looks like – and especially the results!

Join us for this free one-hour live event on Tuesday, February 10th at 4pm ET / 1pm PT. Like all our Making Change vid-casts, you are invited to be part of the conversation via Twitter (you’ll get details when you register). The event will be recorded, so even if you can’t be there for the actual live event, we’ll send you the link.

LISTEN TO THE MEETING HERE

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Twitter stream from the Planning that Creates the Future Making Change Vid-cast

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Gayle ValerioteGuest Bios

Gayle Valeriote
Gayle Valeriote has been a passionate advocate for social justice, global development movements and social inclusion for immigrants and racialized people in Canada for 30 years. For the past decade she has been consulting and teaching leadership, strategy and community development in her home town of Guelph, Ontario, Canada and across the North American continent.  

 

Karen SmithKaren Smith
Karen Smith is a community builder by nature and vocation. She is currently putting that passion to work as the Executive Director of the Community Child Abuse Council of Canada, a leading provider of child abuse prevention, education, and treatment programs in Hamilton, Ontario. Karen has also been the principal consultant at EnMark Associates since 1991, providing counsel and services to community benefit and public sector organizations in Hamilton and beyond. 

 

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Kate Bishop 
Kate Bishop has lived, worked and volunteered across Canada in 4 provinces and Nunavut territory in the non-profit and public sectors. She has developed, managed and evaluated diverse educational, community development and volunteer programs and collaborative partnerships. Currently Kate is the Supervisor of Community Engagement at the City of Guelph. Over a 2 year period she led a steering committee of passionate community leaders to implement the City’s Sustainable Neighbourhood Engagement Framework and create a new community benefit organization, the Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition (GNSC). Kate is privileged to continue her work with the GNSC as a Director of the Board.