Bike/Ped Committee: Intro to Equity Training Text Size
Event takes place on March 02, 2020 at 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM
20 Korean Veterans Plaza, Conference Room 403
The Biking and Pedestrian Committee invites you to an open training on:
Introduction to Equity
Join us to have a common foundation on what equity means and
how as committee, boards and/or commission members,
we can use the common language to do our work in the City of Holyoke.
Date: Monday, March 2nd
Location: City Hall Annex, Conference Room 403
*Food will be provided*
TO RSVP, contact Cynthia Espinosa: email@example.com or 413-322-5655
Training Facilitated by: Mo Barbosa, Mass in Motion T.A. and Director of Community Engagement, Health Resources in Action.
Mo Barbosa is the Director of Community Engagement at Health Resources in Action. Prior to joining HRiA, he was Program Coordinator for the Fellowship Center in St. Louis, MO and Director of the Area 4 Youth Center in Cambridge, MA. Mo delivers training, provides technical assistance, and participates in field-building initiatives. He promotes the professionalization of the youth-worker field through work on legislation, youth worker networks, and partnerships with higher education. As a trainer, Mo builds the skills of participants while keeping connections to theory. A long-time facilitator of community processes, he works with gangs, parents, youth, political organizations, tenant councils, and community resident groups. His current community work is in the Area 4/Port neighborhood of Cambridge, focusing on violence and other community issues. Mo chairs the Men of Color Task Force for the City of Cambridge, serves on the boards of the Phillips Brooks House Association, the Port Action Group, and the Design Studio for Social Intervention. Additionally, he has participated in various local, state, and national boards and steering committees focusing on a wide range of issues from youth work to international relations.
Sponsored by: Mass in Motion
Posted on February 13, 2020 by tromboletti