Spring Leaders Assembly
IVP Spring Leaders Assembly:
Story of Self, Us and Now with Marshall Ganz
The InterValley Project is conducting an Leaders Assembly for leaders and organizers from Berkshire Interfaith Organizing, Kennebec Valley Organization, Merrimack Valley Project, Naugatuck Valley Project, Northeast Kingdom Organizing Sponsoring Committee, Rhode Island Organizing Project, and allied organizations organizing for justice in New England. The Leaders Assembly will offer participants the chance to learn from Marshall Ganz, a talented and experienced organizer whose course on organizing and leadership is built on relationship-building leading to renewed power for organizations fighting for justice.
* Saturday, April 14, 2018
* All Saints Episcopal Church – 10 Irving Street, Worcester, MA
Training that helps us each learn and understand why we organize, what we share in common and what the current circumstances call on us to do has been a tremendously powerful learning experience for many IVP organizers. We will spend the day in this training.
Marshall Ganz directs the Leading Change Network and teaches at the Kennedy School at Harvard University. He served as a civil rights organizer in Mississippi in 1964. In 1965, he joined Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers; over the next 16 years he gained experience in union, community, issue, and political organizing and became Director of Organizing. During the 1980s, he worked with grassroots groups to develop effective organizing programs, designing innovative voter mobilization strategies for local, state, and national electoral campaigns. He has taught at the Kennedy School since 1991 about leadership, organization, and strategy in social movements, civic associations, and politics.
SCHEDULE / COST
Saturday, April 14th - Worcester, MA
9:30 to 10:00 am Check-in
10:00 am Opening (begins promptly)
4:00 pm Ending
There is no cost for this event.
Spanish interpretation services will be provided.
Download registration form
For more information contact:
IVP • 95 Fair Oaks Avenue, Newton, MA 02460 • (617) 796-8836