PHOTO BOOK & SHOP
WOCPSCN International Education Commitment, God's Planet for Haiti School, Adopted 2011
AM Power Networking Community Events, Nuce Nuce Deli, Antioch CA 2011
Biannual Lavendar Luncheon, International Advisory Council Fund Raiser, San Francisco, CA, 2012
JazzyJZ 1st Achievements Awards with USF School of Architect Design for God's Planet for Haiti Elementary School
San Francisco, CA 2014
Women of African Diaspora Griots-Harlem (NY) 2017
Hurricane Maria Fundraiser, hosted by Afropolitian
Global Sustainability Partnerships Convene
January 2022 March 2022
Global Sustainability Partnerships/WOCPSCN Annual Legacy Summit, 2022
The GSP Legacy Summit brought together the theme of global solidarity within strategic tools of sports and young professionals. The Summit's Guest Speakers: Sec. Gen. Ediola Pashollari Ms. Pooja Trlvawala Mr. Hesham Elsayed Eissa Ms. Sophie Medlin Ms. Larissa Mills Prof. Geoff Thompson Ms. Tima Greenbaum, Moderator Mr. Louis Majois, President, GSP/WOCPSCN
Women of Economic Sustainability Panel Nova Lorraine, Moderator, Joann Babiak, Dr. Elena Paweta, Alize' Utteryn, Dr. Tamu Petra-Browne Understanding how to distinguish the difference between sustainable development and the 'environmental problem' is where the two concepts intertwine within economic sustainability and global community growth. This design is based on the UN's Agenda 2030 vision that resonated throughout the panel discussions for the Pan African Chamber of Commerce virtual conference, on June 24. 2021. What evolved from the conference was a follow-through commitment. These remarkable panelists desired to bring their expertise to a collective table that has formed the Global Sustainability Partnerships. WOCPSCN has taken on the role of facilitator for this concept. The Pan African Chamber of Commerce Pre-Designing the Chamber: Post COVID Chamber of Commerce Virtual Conference now has its own platform under the title of the Global Sustainability Partnerships.
Trip of Change Podcast The Jackie Robinson Show with Loretta Green-Williams Episode S4E13
Trip of Change Podcast, The Jackie Robinson Show aired for the first time live from New York City, W Hotel, Times Square. We were honored to have as our guest, Loretta Green-Williams, founder and executive director for Women of Concerned Professional & Strategic Conscious Networking, Inc., whose vision is to extend initiatives that will enhance gender equity through socioeconomic constructs. Since this was our first live broadcast, we learned some lessons in capturing video in a live setting. While there are a few glitches, we just could not load this wonderful episode in audio only. Please be patient. You are invited to submit comments and suggestions. We'd love to hear from you. So, Like, Comment and Share and SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel @tripofchange The Trip of Change is a weekly podcast hosted by Jackie Robinson, and produced by Dana Bach, with some of the top thought-leaders in the areas of LGBTQIA+, use of Pronouns, Gender Identify, Voting Rights, Intergenerational Conversations, News and feature interviews with industry leaders. Our goals is to provide listeners with key takeaways and actionable advice for having a better understanding of the people we live with. We focus on several areas critical to a getting along with others in a diverse world. By you listening to our Trip of Change Podcast, we hope to create a better world for our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren now and into the future. Trip of Change | The Jackie Robinson Show Jackie Robinson Podcast Host Dana Bach Podcast Co-Host/Producer w | tripofchange.com e | firstname.lastname@example.org yt | @tripofchange (Subscribe to our channel.) ig | @tripofchange (Follow Us - LIKE - COMMENT- SHARE) tw | @tripofchange fb | @tripofchange
Domestic Violence - Nitza Vera
A Video about Domestic Violence by Nitza Vera. Commission Status Hearings Bronx Banana Kelly 8/1994 "In 1994, after the OJ Simpson murder case, NYS held hearings in all 5 boroughs in a collaboration with the NYS Commission on the Status of Women, of which Congresswoman Molinari was Chair. I took part in the Bronx Domestic Violence Hearings which took place at the Rotunda at the Bronx Borough President's, hon. Fernando Ferrer's office in the Supreme Court Building. I wanted to point out how domestic violence affected my life as a child, mother, neighbor, wife, service provider and community resident. Speaking of such a taboo subject in a Latino community was almost unbearable, but I needed to do the best I could for my daughters and young women. As a result, policies with the Section 8 programs and Intimate Partnership were created to include and protect families who were excluded previously. I use this video to educate and create dialogue among not just our women, but also men who believed that this was part of being a father and husband. Please use and forward to those who will benefit, clients or staff. Thank you"
JazzyJZ International Women's Month
Welcome Address, Emile Genest, WOCPSCN Board Member Host Speaker: Dr. Ka’Ryn Holder-Jackson, Executive Director ACCEL San Mateo County, WOCPSCN Board Member Guest Speaker: Anne Olderog, Senior Partner at Vivaldi Guest Speaker: Dr. Batya Weinbaum, Academic and Publisher at Femspec The first time in history, there are five generations working side by side: the traditional generation (born pre-1945), Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964), Generation X (born 1965-1980), Generation Y (1981-1995), and the linkster generation (born after 1995). While each generation has its own style of communication, intergenerational networking differences have their challenges as well as advantages. Intergenerational business styles and structures can enhance a business environment or limit shared ideas and insights into the business building. Because JazzyJZ Mentoring Program is designed to provide support for young businesswomen through the wisdom of seasoned professionals, this intergenerational discussion will consider business interpersonal, and intercultural communication skills effectiveness. In honor of Women's History Month, the JazzyJZ will consider how women's communications skills improve gender equity, and what aspects of intergenerational communication support such growth.
Urban Gurl/Suburban Swurl “Maladaptive Perfectionism”: girls and women in sports mental health
According to Dr. Roy Aranda for Long Island Psychological Consulting P.C., the pressures of women to gain muscle in training but stay thin to uphold a standard of beauty outside of sports is irreconcilable.” Dr. Aranda indicates that “According to the American Psychiatric Association, women are “nearly twice as likely” as men to develop depression, anxiety and eating disorders. [Adding] athletic burnout is a current epidemic among all ages but in particular, it is highest among female athletes who exhibit maladaptive perfectionism.” “Maladaptive perfectionism refers to the rigid standards and unrealistically high expectations that one places upon herself. With the unpredictability of sport, being unable to cope with challenges or changes can lead to excessive stress and in turn, burnout.” From the pressure of training to social somatic norms, we will discuss how “maladaptive perfectionism” affects the mental health of girls and women in sports. https://royaranda.wordpress.com/2015/06/26/females-sports-and-mental-health/. Guest Speakers: Larissa Mills B.A. M.Ed., Founder of Iparentgen.com, The Mental Game Academy and Digitally Well HR Solutions | Sue Blauch, Senior Director WNBA Referee Performance and Development (Women's National Basketball Association) | Ronni Savage, WOCPSCN COO and Founding Board Member | Southern California Regional Director, Sports Opportunity Director (Urban Gurl, Suburban Swurl Initiatives).