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Athena Center Conference Room

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How do you hold a meeting that has everyone engaged and not scrolling on their phones? By developing a thoughtful meeting design and facilitation practice, you can make any convening productive and dynamic while building community with your team.

In this workshop, you will:

  • Explore and come to understand the various strategies and approaches to designing meetings for small group sizes.

  • Develop an understanding of the methods of facilitation, particularly modes of facilitation that tend to power dynamics.

  • Gain experience in designing a meeting for a small group.


Instructor: Judy Pryor-Ramirez

Judy has 15 years of experience in community engagement, social justice teaching & learning, program design, and organizational change management. She has worked in multiple institutional contexts -- from government and nonprofit to academia -- to build the capacity of individuals as change makers and to increase equity for urban communities. Judy earned an MA in Sociology and Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and a BA in Communication Studies from George Mason University. She sharpened her leadership skills through Rockwood Leadership Institute’s signature residency program, Art of Leadership and the OpEd Project’s core program, Write to Change the World.

This workshop is part of our fall 2019 series on collaboration.

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