Building Resilient Community Networks in Challenging Times
The Center on Network Science's Network Leadership in the Field Webinar Series
When the Rules Don’t Apply: There is an art and science to building a network. But what happens when what you think you know about networks is challenged by things you haven’t considered? Join the Center on Network Science and Jenna Bannon for a conversation about network-building where vulnerability, trauma, and resilience are at the heart of the matter. Jenna will share her experience as Director of LAUNCH Together in Southwest Denver, a 4-year collaborative early childhood mental health initiative whose mission is to build a resilient, trauma-informed community network of parents, providers & programs throughout southwest Denver who are responsive to the social-emotional needs of young children, their families & the champions who serve them.
Presenter: Jenna Bannon is the Director of Health & Well-Being at Denver’s Early Childhood Council. She has national, state and local experience in public policy, cross-sector collaboration and project management. She worked on child policy issues for Governor Roy Romer, and has also worked with the Grantmakers for Education and the National Conference of State Legislatures. She received her Master of Nonprofit Management (MNM) from Regis University through an Emerging Leaders Fellowship from The Colorado Trust.
Oct 26, 2017 11:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)