Remote Supervision in Advocacy Agencies
Wednesday, April 1st, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Mountain Time
Presented By: Leah Green, Rural Technical Assistance Specialist, Resource Sharing Project, Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Co-hosted by: CCASA and Violence Free Colorado
Remote advocacy has been an essential part of service provision in rural communities for years and with the response from COVID-19 we take that remote advocacy to a new level. What does it look like to provide advocacy from our own homes? How do supervisors support their staff when they are towns or counties away? How do we meet the needs of survivors who are increasingly stressed, anxious, lonely, and scared? Join Leah Green from the Resource Sharing Project on this interactive webinar that will bring together advocates from across the country to discuss supervising remote staff in rural communities and providing advocacy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Leah is originally from Eastern Iowa and earned a bachelor’s degree in Women’s Studies and Studio Art from Cornell College. She has been involved in the anti-violence movement since 2010 working for several centers across Iowa as an advocate and prevention educator. At the Resource Sharing Project, she provides training and technical assistance to state coalitions and rural dual-service programs across the country on issues related to creating sustainable sexual assault services.
Register soon, as space is limited. The webinar will be recorded and made available online.