MC3 2017 Workshop Offerings- December 7th, 2017

Workshops will be offered at three different times throughout the day; full descriptions will be made available before the Summit, as will a list of round table discussion topics and facilitators.

  • Accountability: Beginning the Conversation
    • Sam Harrell, MSW- Prevention Programs Coordinator at Middle Way House & Stephanie Waller, MSW- Legal Advocate at Middle Way House
  • Addressing the Needs of Individuals who have Experienced Adverse Childhood Experiences: Holistic Approach
    • Mary Balle, PMHCNS-BC, RN- Pediatric Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Advocacy as Personal Action: Panel discussion highlighting volunteers who enjoy incorporating
    meaningful work supporting youth into their full lives

    • Diana Lambdin- former teacher and IU professor, CASA volunteer; Kristin Varella- licensed DCS foster parent and foster parent liaison to the DCS Regional Services Council; Kurt Buehler- father and volunteer with Wheeler Mission and Genesis Church; and Tyler Kelley- Associate Director of Admissions and Stewardship for the Kelley School of Business Undergraduate Program and youth leader for The Movement Youth Ministry at City Church for All Nations
  • Creating a Culture of Care: Action Plan to Support Minority Male Students
    • Brian Richardson Jr.- Assistant Director for the Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion at Indiana University-School of Public Health
  • Dominant Narrative Training
    • Stephanie Solomon, Director of Education and Outreach with Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard & Kendra Brewer, Education Coordinator Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard
  • E.M.P.O.W.E.R (Encouraging the Meaningful Priority of Wellness Education and Resources)
    • Rory James- Director of Student Diversity & Inclusion at Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington; Brian Richardson Jr.- Assistant Director for the Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion at Indiana University-School of Public Health; Mr. Rafi Khalid Hasan II- Director, Safe and Civil City Program (City of Bloomington); and Mr. Julius Hanks-Coordinator of Diversity Opportunities (Monroe County Community School Corporation)
  • Human Trafficking in Indiana Youth: Identification and Collaborative Support of Victims and Survivors
    • Allen Bell- Regional Coalition Coordinator with the Indiana Trafficking Victims Assistance Program, a statewide initiative of the Indiana Youth Services Association
  • Ignite the Advocate Within You: Self-Advocacy for Young Adults with Chronic Conditions
    • Sneha Dave- Sophomore at Indiana University, Pfizer Advisory Board member, advocate with the United Nations, writer, and motivational speaker; Janesh Karnati- Sophomore at Indiana University and advocate; Jennifer Meyer- Sophomore at Indiana University, CIDA Foundation, InMotion, Minority Association of Premedical Students, and the professional fraternity Alpha Chi Sigma; and Shahin Saberi- Sophomore at Indiana University and advocate
  •  Improving our Community’s Health through Youth and Adult Perspectives and Discussion
    • Aliya Rife- Student at Bloomington High School South, Monroe County Youth Council Leadership Team Member, and Team Coordinator for the Page by Page Project
  • Integrating Different Perspectives: Perspective Taking Approaches that Foster Respect and

    • Nick Philbeck- Community Justice and Mediation Center
  • Let’s Put the “Birth” back in “Birth to Five”: a crash course on why the perinatal period matters and what
    to do about it

    • Georg’ann Cattelona- Childbirth educator, prenatal yoga instructor, birth doula, founder and former Executive Director of Bloomington Area Birth Services (BABS), and BTCC core team member
  • LGBTQ+ Cultural Competency Training for Youth Service Providers
    • Prism Youth Community’s Education and Training Committee
  • School to Prison Pipeline
    • Caleb Poer- Student at Bloomington High School North, liaison to the Commission on the
      Status of Black Males, and intern with the Black Democratic Caucus
  • The Gauntlet: Accessing Health Insurance in Indiana
    • Katie Rodriguez and Hannah Watt- Outreach & Enrollment Specialists for Covering Kids & Families of SCCAP
  • The Positive Discipline Way—Respectful, Encouraging, Empowering and Connecting
    • Brittany Turner Purvis, MSW, LCSW- Owner of BloomingKids Counseling
  • The Social Neuroscience of Learning: New Paradigmatic Pathways for Supporting Students
    • Sheila Dennis- Senior Lecturer at Indiana University School of Social Work (IUSSW)

Registration is open now through 11/28!

MC3 2017 Schedule
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