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Is PACEs a Movement? with Kahshanna Evans, Director of Creating Resilient Communities, PACEs Connection
This keynote presentation explores the meaning of a movement, and a few key attributes that can apply to the work being done to accelerate the PACEs movement. We explore concepts in the context of social justice work and have opportunities for reflection and sharing.
Kahshanna Evans brings her passion for uniting people through stories and trauma-informed awareness to her role as the Director of Creating Resilient Communities at PACEs Connection. Kahshanna has been a leading strategic thinker in various industries, including communications, tech, professional services, and wellness.
We've started a Google Drive folder with access to many resources from today's Summit including:
Interactive workbook from Kahshanna Evans
Event program with speaker information
Slides from each presentation
Handouts on resilience
The 2023 Building a Resilient Yolo Summit is funded by California's ACEs Aware initiative through the 'Preventing and Responding to ACE-Associated Health Conditions and Toxic Stress in Clinics through Community Engagement' (PRACTICE) program. Thank you to our funder and partners!
The Resilient Yolo planning group is built around the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) study, with goals to build awareness about childhood trauma and create methods to improve the lives of at-risk youth. The annual conference is hosted in partnership with Resilient Yolo, CommuniCare, Yolo County Office of Education, First 5 Yolo, Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency, Yolo CASA, Yolo County Children's Alliance, and other community organizations. For more information about Resilient Yolo, visit www.resilientyolo.org.
With questions about the Summit, contact event chair Anthony Volkar
or event planner Holly Wong.