Voices of Equity – The Gifts of Accountability
Does the word accountability make you cringe? Sound like some sort of punishment? This will be a discussion about how accountability can be a really positive gift that is the secret sauce to change-making.
BIO: Court Morse (they/them) is enrolled in the Sault Ste Marie tribe of Chippewa, Ojibwe, Anishinaabeg. They identify as a proud Two-Spirit activist and movement builder having worked on numerous campaigns, with several human rights organizations for gender justice, racial justice, education funding, environmental justice across the country but primarily in Oregon. They had the honor of fighting as a water protector, a DEI consultant, and have served as a Racial Equity & Inclusion Program Manager for various organizations.
Recognizing that ZOOM fatigue and flexible workstyles are a must, Zapproved in partnership with Cinder, created a twenty-minute morning program to highlight a member of the community to talk about their lived experiences with equity and inclusion.