.LaNiece Jones’s invitation is awaiting your response

.LaNiece Jones would like to connect on LinkedIn. How would you like to respond? .LaNiece Jones Changemaker / Capacity Builder / Connector Confirm you know .LaNiece You are receiving Reminder emails for pending invitations. Unsubscribe. © 2013 LinkedIn Corporation. 2029 Stierlin Ct, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.

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.LaNiece Jones’s invitation is awaiting your response

.LaNiece Jones would like to connect on LinkedIn. How would you like to respond? .LaNiece Jones Changemaker / Capacity Builder / Connector Confirm you know .LaNiece You are receiving Reminder emails for pending invitations. Unsubscribe. © 2013 LinkedIn Corporation. 2029 Stierlin Ct, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA.

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Invitation to connect on LinkedIn

From .LaNiece Jones Government and Community Liaison at Black Elected Officials and Faith Based Leaders of the East Bay San Francisco Bay Area I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn. – .LaNiece Confirm that you know .LaNiece You are receiving Invitation to Connect emails. Unsubscribe © 2012, LinkedIn Corporation. 2029 Stierlin […]

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IN HAITI – Day 9 & 10

I moved to the Inn @ Villa Bambou. It was the most beautiful luxurious place I ever experienced. Later I would discover when visiting Haiti, Villa Bambou is the favorite spot for the likes such as President Clinton and Donna Karen. Not far in distance from the Le Plaza Hotel, Villa Bambou was an extreme […]

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Envisioning Your Future

Kouzes 1996 Vision for Change v2

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CNN Interviews actress/activist Maria Bello, cofounder We Advance

CNN Interviews actress/activist Maria Bello, cofounder of We Advance

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Women are Haiti’s ‘poto mitan’

HAITIAN WOMEN ARE THE CENTERPOST OF RECONSTRUCTING HAITI<a http://www.usip.org/files/resources/PB-119.pdf Women are Haiti’s ‘poto mitan’ (centerposts), playing pivotal roles in matters of family, education, health, commerce and the economy, and agriculture. • Gender-based violence has been and continues to be a very real threat to the security and well-being of Haitian women and their families. • […]

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Landing in Haiti

DAY ONE: Touching down in Haiti, of course, I did not know what to expect when I entered the airport. I had met a young lady at the Miami airport on the layover from San Francisco to Haiti. She was friendly. I wondered was she representative of the people. Finishing up at the window where […]

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OAKLAND NEWS: Child Poverty in Oakland Skyrockets

Child Poverty in Oakland Skyrockets More than 27 percent of the city’s kids live in households that earn less than $23,000 By Aaron Glantz | BAY CIITZEN November 29, 2011 http://www.baycitizen.org/economy/story/oakland-child-poverty-skyrockets/ Nearly three of every ten children in Oakland is living in poverty, a more than 50 percent increase from just three years ago, according […]

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What is the Social Enterprise?

http://blog.eloqua.com/what-is-the-social-enterprise/ by Jesse Noyes on October 6, 2011 in Digital Marketing Walking into Salesforce.com’s massive Dreamforce conference recently, a long banner greeted you. “Welcome to the Social Enterprise,” it declared. The sign introduced a question that would linger on the minds of attendees and that Salesforce executives would try to answer: “Just what exactly is […]

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6 Predictions for Social Enterprise

A few weeks ago, Young Social Entrepreneurs of Canada held our second annual re:Vision conference on social entrepreneurship. The re:Vision series brings via 6 Predictions for Social Enterprise.

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Social Issue Pitch

Creating a Pathway for African-American Women to Public Leadership

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The Servant Leader … James Autry

I see the Autry’s Servant Leader book as a great read and wonderful guide for reference for leaders. His lessons and concepts are great for building an organization from its infancy or refining from within an organization. In connection with my vision for change, I will use as a refresher when building out my initiative […]

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Art of Possibilities

One of the concepts in the Art of Possibilities was the ‘Framework of Possibilities.’ This concept, among others, is a great one to keep in the leadership toolbox. Overall, the book shares the importance to think about what it is you’re trying to achieve and map out how you plan to get there. Most importantly […]

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