San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
As a CEO of a large social justice non-profit for over 15 years, Stacey realized she was burned out and sick. As a result she took some time off and eventually wanted to understand how something that she considered her "calling" in life could lead to physical illness and exhaustion. She went back to school and began to understand how working in a high need environment with little reward could end in burnout. She hopes to share her experience with people to help them change their path to burnout before it is too late and to help those who have already burned out to recover. The hour-long brown bag training is free. Limited seating is available so please RSVP your seat by registering.
Facilitator: Stacey Cox, Principal, Consultant and Coach at StaceyCoxConsulting
Stacey Cox has over 25 years in non-profit experience and is currently a non-profit consultant and a coach. She has worked in large international non-profits as well as local, New Mexico social justice organizations. Stacey has a BA in Psychology from NMSU, an MBA with a speciality in Non Profit Management from Regis University and is currently writing her dissertation in Recovering from Professional Burnout for her PhD in Creative Psychology from Saybrook University in San Francisco.
For more information, please contact Kendra Milligan at (575) 534-0101 ext. 2108 or NRG@swchi.org.
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National Center for Frontier Communities
Our mission is to provide national leadership and build collaboration on issues important to frontier communities.
We envision the National Center for Frontier Communities as a leader and partner in advocating for frontier communities and Frontier America as a vital, integral and significant component of our national fabric that is equitably reflected in policy and programs.