The New Year is a time we are invited to wake up. In this season, we enjoy slowing down to reflect deeply on what it means to be in relationship with ourselves, with each other and with our histories. In this study session, racial equity trainers Amy Rowland, PhD, LSW, MDiv and Debbie Zucker, MSW, LCSW, will facilitate a conversation on race and racism, key issues for our time and in the Reform movement.
Debbie Zucker, LCSW is a consultant and trainer focused on race and class equity issues. Debbie, the founder of White on White Consulting, brings nearly 30 years of clinical social work and organizational and leadership development experience. For the past three years Debbie was a trainer with the “Facing Racism” project of Denver-based Soul2SoulSisters. Debbie can be reached at email@example.com.
Amy Rowland, PhD, LSW, MDiv is an educator, congregational consultant and mediator with over 30 years experience in congregational leadership and community organizing. As the founder of Creative Resilience Consulting, she consults on issues related to racial equity, transitions, leadership, conflict, communication, and board development. Amy teaches leadership and community organizing at the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Denver. Amy can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.