Join the webinar discussion Examining Power Dynamics in Systems Change with FSG and New Profit as we take a deeper dive into one of the most critical systems change components – Power Dynamics, and the unique role that they play in systems change efforts. During this discussion, we hear from three social change leaders who share how power impacts their work and how they navigate power structures to achieve their goals.
Presentation: You can download a copy of the webinar presentation at the link at the right of this page.
- Adam Foss, Executive Director, Prosecutor Impact
- Chekemma Fulmore-Townsend, President and CEO, Philadelphia Youth Network (PYN)
- Tulaine Montgomery, Managing Partner, New Profit
- Simran Sidhu, Director, The HIVE at Springpoint
Resources Related to Power Dynamics
- Power: A Practical Guide for Facilitating Social Change (The Carnegie UK Trust and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation)
- Power and Social Change (Racial Equity Tools)
- Power Moves (National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy)
This online event was hosted on September 16, 2019 in partnership with the Collective Impact Forum, FSG, and New Profit.
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