Party at the End of the Patriarchy Conference
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FULL SCHEDULE
March 8, 10, 12, 2021 • Online
Sessions
DAY 1

9am PT (12pm ET) - Movement and journaling

10am PT (1pm ET) KEYNOTE: Imagining a world without patriarchy with Mazarine Treyz

11am PT (2pm ET) Session 2: Decolonial Feminist Alternatives to Professionalism with Anjali Nath Upadhyay

12pm PT (3pm ET) Session 3: Until it's your time... The Good Death with Gloria Coleman

1pm PT (4pm ET) Session 4: Undeniable: The Discipline of Hope with Greisa Martinez Rosas and Fran Eddings

DAY 2

9am PT (12pm ET) - Movement and journaling

10am PT (1pm ET) Session 1: Canada's Changing Donor Landscape with Bobby Sahni & Bruce Macdonald

11am PT (2pm ET) Session 2: Shaping digital feminist futures post-metoo with Wagatwe Wanjuku

12pm PT (3pm ET) Session 3: What does it take to win NOW? with Fran Eddings and Irene Konev 

1pm PT (4pm ET) Session 4:  A conversation with Kishshana Palmer & Mazarine Treyz

DAY 3

9am PT (12pm ET) - Movement and journaling

10am PT (1pm ET) Session 1: Visions of the future with Nneka Allen and guests

11am (2pm ET) Session 2: Entrepreneurial Gene Keys with Mazarine Treyz

12pm (3pm ET) Session 3: Self actualizing self help with Aliguma Young

1pm PT (4pm ET) Session 4: Successful Online Fundraising Panel with Twitch creators and nonprofits
with Vanessa Brasfield and streamers

DAY 1
Monday, March 8
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Movement/Journaling/Art

12pm ET - 1pm ET (9am PT-10am PT)

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KEYNOTE:

Imagining a world without patriarchy

1pm ET -2pm ET (10am-11am PT)

When we grind, we stifle our imagination, and we don't allow ourselves to rest. As Tricia Hersey of the Nap Ministry says, "We have all been deeply trained under the curriculum of white supremacy and capitalism. All the ways you navigate the world influenced by it. Start to unravel and reject these teachers." How do we start to do that? We have to rest enough to allow our imaginations to expand. In this session you'll have time to dream what a new world without patriarchy would look like.

MAZARINE TREYZ
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Session 1:

DECOLONIAL FEMINIST ALTERNATIVES TO PROFESSIONALISM

2pm ET - 3pm ET (11am - 12pm PT)

What and who are you devoted to? What do these devotions call you towards?

In sharing key moments of my journey from a career in academia to grassroots social enterprise, I’ll address decolonial feminist alternatives to mainstream professionalism.  

I’ll cover the importance of becoming skillful in cutting our losses in order to steward life-affirming possibilities.

This offering is uniquely tailored for participants who aren’t here to solar panel the Titanic, nor advocate for a Woman of Color captain of the Titanic!

Rather, let’s honor our iconoclastic potential in setting our own standards. Generating metrics that are ecologically respectful, humane, and dignified.

Won’t you join me?


Anjali Lynn Nath Upadhyay M.A. is academically trained as a political scientist, philosopher, and educator. She holds an M.A. degree in Political Science from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa with specializations in Indigenous Politics (the only program of its kind in the US) & Political Theory & a Graduate Certificate in International Cultural Studies (the only Cultural Studies graduate program in the US that explicitly teaches scholarship from the Global South & not mostly the Western canon). She also holds an M.A. degree from the oldest Women’s Studies Department in the US (at San Diego State University) with concentrations in feminist pedagogies, epistemologies, and gender and militarization. She double-majored in Women’s Studies and Political Science with a minor in Philosophy at California State University at Fullerton. From 2010-2014, she was a Fellow at the East-West Center in Honolulu. Anjali’s longstanding curiosities focus on learning and teaching as practices of liberation.


Her community engagement and activism have encompassed a wide range of areas, including but not limited to graduate student collective bargaining, prison abolition, Earth defense, guerrilla theater, anti-war organizing, LGBTTIQQ2SA advocacy, & popular education on transformative justice approaches to intimate partner violence.




ANJALI L. UPADHYAY Founder Liberation Spring
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Session 2:

Until it's your turn... the good death

3pm ET - 4pm ET (12pm - 1pm PT)

Personal Death is a topic often avoided in social settings. It’s complicated, raw, and inevitably an event that gives you a front-row seat to the abruptness of life.

It can still be a celebration you actively engage in participating, planning, executing, or whatever creates your legacy before it’s your turn!

Attending this session will guide you in taking inventory of all the things that makes life good with a plan to ensure a sense of peace remains in the world you leave behind.

Positive Energy Freelancer, Gloria Coleman is a Portland-native with an infectious jovial spirit like none other!  She’s also a determined, hardworking, loyal mama and business woman on a mission to make talking about death simple and fun!

This certified Agile Project Management professional creates the space to begin the dialogue of a life event that is inevitable, through her start-up, ExitBliss. ExitBliss introduces digital estate technologies, workshops & retreats to provide head-of-households the best-systemized approach to the loss of life because everyone needs wraparound support in a time of grief.



GLORIA COLEMAN
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Session 3:

The Discipline of Hope: History and wins of 2020 and vision for the future

4pm ET - 5pm ET (1pm - 2pm PT)

Brand New Senate and National Coalition for Black and Brown Women

The Discipline of Hope

Undeniable: The Vision of the Immigrant Youth Movement  

Dreaming a new world takes support, time and dedication, and seeing examples of folks who are succeeding is important. Today we chat with Greisa Martinez Rosas and Fran Eddings
about what they’ve learned in the last 3 years and the successes they’ve had despite setbacks and the vision for moving forward in 2021 and beyond. Your work is necessary but not sufficient. The long arc of movement work means we need to learn the discipline of hope. 

What are some of the lessons we want to bring with us in this moment?
What are some of the visions we want to bring into the future?  

Greisa says, “With the boundless love of community, & the discipline of hope. We are the embodiment of our ancestors. We do not buy the lie that we are powerless. We embrace the truth. We have come too far, & we will not turn around.”

GREISA MARTINEZ, Executive Director, UnitedWeDream
FRAN EDDINGS, Founder, CAEStrategies, LLP; Brand New Senate; EMFConsulting, LLC; NetZero Farm Living;
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DAY 2
Wednesday, March 10
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Movement/Journaling/Art

12pm ET - 1pm ET (9am PT-10am PT)

Session 1:

Canada's Changing Donor Landscape

1pm ET - 2pm ET (10am PT - 11am PT )

In the wake of Covid-19, charities, foundations and nonprofit organizations have been re-analyzing their existing and potential donor bases, developing plans to cultivate new and existing supporters with innovative methods of engagement. What many are missing, however, is that Canadian society is changing dramatically – are your insights and fundraising strategy keeping up? Imagine Canada, Ethnicity Matters and a collective of partners have teamed up on a recent study examining the giving habits and attitudes of newcomers to Canada and second-generation Canadians. Join us to hear highlights and implications from the report, and learn how Canadian fundraisers can develop strategies to engage these growing population groups.

Learning Objectives:

  • The fundraising methods and messages that most resonate with newcomers to Canada and second-generation Canadians 
  • Unconscious drivers, hidden opportunities, and the barriers influencing charitable giving  
  • The donation and volunteering behaviors of newcomers to Canada and second-generation Canadians in response to Covid-19
  • Whether certain organizations and causes are resonating with newcomers to Canada and second-generation Canadians

Bobby Sahni, Partner & Co-founder of Ethnicity Matters

Bobby Sahni is a veteran and thought-leader in the multicultural marketing and advertising industry. Bobby was the Head of Multicultural Marketing at Rogers Communications and has been a pioneer in developing, executing and managing diversity and multicultural marketing initiatives for a number of best-in-class organizations. He is Co-Founder and Partner at Ethnicity Matters – a multicultural marketing & advertising agency dedicated to helping companies drive new growth and sales by engaging North America’s fast growing, big spending ethnic and new immigrant communities. Bobby has earned national and international recognition for his work and thought leadership. Bobby earned his MBA from the global Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA program with cross-cultural studies in Hong Kong, Germany, Miami, Chicago and Toronto. He also holds a Bachelor of Science & Business degree from the University of Waterloo.

BRUCE MACDONALD
BOBBY SAHNI
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Session 2:

Shaping digital feminist futures post-metoo

2pm ET - 3pm ET  -  (11am - 12pm PT)

 #MeToo's virality has played a pivotal part in shifting some narratives around sexual violence and victims—but it's not enough. What can feminists learn from the past and present to build on its power into the future? We'll unpack current barriers digital feminists often face and explore opportunities for continued resistance to rape culture off and online.

WAGATWE WANJUKI 
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Session 3:

What does it take to win NOW? How can we get ready for 2024?

12-5pm ET  -  (3pm - 4pm ET, 12pm- 1pm PT)

Irene Konev:

  • How she got elected, what she did, what her vision is
  • Speak on Brand New State Legislators
  • What will it take to help state legislatures change state laws?

IRENE KONEV, Board Member, Clackamas Community College
FRAN EDDINGS, Founder CAEStrategies, LLP; Brand New Senate; EMFConsulting, LLC; NetZero Farm Living;
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Session 4:

The World We Want - Kishshana and Mazarine LiveChat

4pm ET - 5pm ET (1pm - 2pm PT)










KISHSHANA PALMER, CEO, KishshanaCo
MAZARINE TREYZ
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DAY 3
Friday, March 12
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Movement/Journaling/Art

12pm ET - 1pm ET (9am PT-10am PT)

Session 1:

Visions of the Future

1pm ET - 2pm ET (10am - 11am PT )

Don't forget your joy

Much of the movement for Black lives, the struggle for freedom has frequently been led by Black women. The burden to move the thing has been a weight for black women that they have proudly carried. There is a common experience, a way of being for Black women that is in the midst of struggle. That is beyond happiness, that is not circumstantial, that comes from a well of a strong sense of identity that is NOT linked to others thoughts or feelings or opinions. It’s linked to community. It’s linked to faith.





NNEKA ALLEN, Founder, The Empathy Agency
OLU MIDE AKEREWUSI
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Session 2:

Entrepreneurial Gene Keys

2pm ET - 3pm ET (11am - 12pm  PT)

The more deeply you know yourself and others the more deeply you threaten the status quo. -Desiree Adaway

Would you like to learn more about yourself? Join us for a deep dive into the Gene Keys, a system that comes out of Human Design, and shows you more about your gifts, your shadows and the highest expression you can bring to this world. 

To learn more about your gene keys, go to GeneKeys.net and get your free chart. Come with questions, and get answers! Looking forward to sharing more of the wonder that is you!


MAZARINE TREYZ
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Session 3:

Self actualizing self help

3:30pm ET - 4:30pm ET (12pm - 1pm  PT)

How to leverage the power of your identity to fuel your success.

With so many books, webinars, and articles written about leadership and how to succeed there are still very few that are written beyond the point of view of Christian, heterosexual CIS gender men. The world is changing and there are so many diverse ways that we experience the world and lean into our success that it’s critical we learn the tools needed to build a strategy for the future that leverages our identity rather than tries to diminish it.  This session will focus on three things: 

  • Defining your ideas of success through your cultural lens and identity by understanding the myth of meritocracy.   

  • Defining your pathway to success through an affirming lens by understanding how to unpack thought leaders and culture leaders globally. 

  • Defining your network to support your intellectual growth, your journey to credentialing, and your community of champions. 

You will walk away from this session with lots of questions to ponder but more importantly a set of action steps to help you actualize the life you want to live and experience the personal and professional success you aspire to achieve. 

Aliguma (AH-lee-gu-ma) Young, MBA is Founder and CEO of The Super Fundraiser, Inc., a  consulting firm which provides strategic planning consulting, professional development and resources to recruit, onboard, manage and support teams driving the success of nonprofit organizations.  Aliguma has raised over $130,000,000 for nonprofit organizations including leading the capital campaign for construction of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, GA and supporting the development of a corporate giving program for Black Lives Matter Global in June of 2020. 

Aliguma holds a MBA in Finance from Ball State University and a bachelor's degree in Child Development and African Studies from Tufts University. Aliguma is active in the community as a volunteer and is currently, serving an elected term as a member of the Tufts University Alumni Council. Aliguma is a proud mom of 3 amazing children and resides in Atlanta, Georgia.

ALIGUMA YOUNG, CEO, The Super Fundraiser
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Session 4:

Successful Online Fundraising Panel with Twitch creators and nonprofits

4pm ET - 5pm ET (1pm - 2pm PT)

Vanessa Brasfield, Pikachulita, MsAshRocks, Bri Barnett of Trans Lifeline, and Kristen Kurtz of Michigan Mott Children's Hospital

VANESSA BRASFIELD
PIKACHULITA
MsAshRocks
Bri Barnett, Trans Lifeline
Kristen Kurtz, Michigan Mott Children's Hospital
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Recordings:

We are all about offering this conference at a price you can afford. That's why attending one day is $85. If you want to do 3 days, AWESOME! That's $150.   These prices are simply incredible for the value you're getting.


Team/Grantee Pricing:

Do you have a team that wants to attend? Are you into getting a bigger bang for your buck? We have institutional pricing for groups of 5 or more. If you're a granting institution, your grantees could gain a lot from this. Just email info@wildwomanfundraising.com to get started. We have a limited number of seats, so get your tickets early!


Safe space vs Brave space:

What is safe space? Each day we'll make an agreement about safe space. It means we will not tolerate any sort of hate speech or trolling on this event and people who do it will get booted with no refunds. Totally serious here. This includes anti-LGBTQIA+, racism, sexism, ableism, classism, etc.  By taking part in this conference, you agree to abide by the rules of safe space.

What is brave space? We WILL be going to ask people to get comfortable with being uncomfortable in looking at systemic and individual bias. We will be asking people to consider learning more about these topics to create structural change. This will involve brave space, being open to making mistakes, admitting your intentions were not the same as the results of your actions and we hope you will step into that with us. 


Accessibility:

Platform: We will be using the Zoom meeting platform, so you can see other attendees and network with folks in small groups in the spaces between presentations, like at a real conference! If you would like to be more anonymous you can change your name in zoom and not engage your video.

Hearing: Zoom allows us to have live closed captioning, so if you have hearing issues, this event will still be accessible to you.

Seeing: If you are partially sighted or blind, we can arrange to get the materials to you in advance for your screen reader.

Mobility: This conference is online, so you can take part from home! If you want to make sure you get your questions answered live, please feel free to email questions in advance to info@wildwomanfundraising.com and we can get them to our presenters ASAP.

Language: Right now we do not have a plan to have simultaneous language translation. If that is something you feel like we should offer for next time, please let us know at info@wildwomanfundraising.com!

Times and Days and Zones: We surveyed our list and people told us they wanted a conference during the week. That's why we're choosing to do this conference on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. We are located in Pacific Time. (1 hour behind Mountain Time, 2 hours behind Central Time, 3 hours behind EST, 4 hrs behind Halifax Time, 2 hours ahead of Hawaii time.) We try to keep the conference as accessible with time as possible for everyone, so we're starting at 9am PT (12pm ET) each day, and ending around 4pm PT (7pm ET) each day.

Cost: If cost is a barrier, we have a limited number of scholarships available, so if you want one, email us at info@wildwomanfundarising.com and tell us about your situation. 


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