PoCC Express Cafés


These events will take place in the PoCC Lounge in the Online Conference Platform.

Is there a topic of interest to you that you don't see in conference workshop schedule? Are you longing to have more small-group conversations with like-minded colleagues or those with divergent perspectives who can challenge your thinking? If so, we've created the PoCC Express Café to help you have your say, listen to others, and harvest new ideas relevant to your life and work.

Session 1 Topics: Wednesday, December 1, 2:00–3:00 PM ET

Topic  Hosts
My Work, Your Work, Our Work: A Team Approach to Institutional Equity and Justice Danielle Heard, Nashoba Brooks School of Concord (MA)
Notes on Gender Transitioning in a Single-Sex School Diane Nichols, The Bryn Mawr School (MD); Tawand Owens, Roland Park Country School (MD)
Pelo Bueno/Pelo Malo—Good Hair vs. Bad Hair: The Code Switch for Acceptance? Ana Brunson, Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School (NY)
Slaying the Boogeyman: How to Address CRT/DEI Challenges in Schools Michael Powell (LC), The Boys' Latin School of Maryland (MD)
Tending to Your Grief, Tending to Your Well-Being  Mangda Sengvanhpheng, Artist (NY)
The Role of Trustees in DEI Work Crissy Cáceres, Brooklyn Friends School (NY)
Using Data to Drive Institutional Progess in DEI Daniel Harris, John Burroughs School (MO)
White Supremacy: Past, Present, Future  Dr. Eddie Moore Jr., America & Moore, LLC (WI)

 

Session 2 Topics: Thursday, December 2, 1:00–2:00 PM ET

Topic  Hosts
Addressing Gender Issues in Faith Based Schools Kalea Selmon (LC), Maryvale Preparatory School (MD)
Bias Incident Reports: Community Voices Informing and Driving Accountability Alfie Hobbs and Susan Woods, Pacific Ridge School (CA)
DEI in Admissions Sarah Meteyer (LC), Friends School of Baltimore (MD)
Family Ties: Hosting Affinity Groups for Families of Color Rachelle Doyle, Sacramento Country Day School (CA)
New DEI Practitioners Jessie Skipwith, Aspen Academy (CO)
Supportive Accountability: How Do We Stay Connected to Each Other, Our Learnings, and the Inequities We Move to Address Ashely Cooper and Marta Alaca-Williams, Asheville City Schools (NC)
Tending to Your Grief, Tending to Your Well-Being  Mangda Sengvanhpheng, Artist (NY)
The Intersection of DEI and Global Education Karina Baum and Leila Bailey-Stewart, Buckingham Browne & Nichols School (MA)
We Are Not Their Saviors: Establishing Adult Culture That Leads to Student Success Sundiata Salaam, Freedom Preparatory Academy (TN)


Session 2 is sponsored by Storbeck Search

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