Monday, February 29, 2016

[Minnesota Rising Dispatch] February 2016


[#mnrising Dispatch] February 2016

There's no better pairing than food and new friends! This month, we were pleased to feature the "Our Minnesota" Cascading Conversations Tour at the Bagels Beyond Boundaries event hosted by the Center for Integrative Leadership with Common Grounds at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Participants paired up for conversations about building trust, relationships, and shared vision. In debrief, they shared common conversation themes of passion for community, commitment to action, safe places for discussion + debate, and the importance of family in their personal journeys. Participants expressed feeling a sense of gratitude, positivity, and pride when listened to during the one-to-one conversations. Let's remember, particularly on the eve of Super Tuesday, the value of community connectedness and the power of dialoguing with and listening deeply to one another.

Sondra Samuels

Newcomer Nosh

Sunday, March 13 at 5:30pm
 
Newcomer Nosh is a volunteer-led effort to bring together "newcomers" to the Minneapolis-Saint Paul region to share a meal, enjoy conversation, and make new friends. Events are free and supported by Make It. MSP. Friends of newcomers, boomerangs returning to the region, and all others are welcome. For our fourth Nosh of 2016 we've reserved the party room at Davanni's for up to 35 newcomers ready to start winding down winter and look forward to spring. What better way to celebrate the pending thaw than a pizza party? The event is free. We'll provide the food. You can order all the beer, wine, and soda you desire. We'll also have a setup where you'll be able to rotate seats and get to talk to a number of new friends. All we ask is that you please RSVP, as we have limited space and will be ordering enough food for all attendees. Please cancel, if you can no longer attend. This won't be your last chance to Nosh! [Read more.]

2016 Women's Economic Security Summit

Thursday, March 3 at 7:30am

The past year has been eye-opening for many of us as a tale of two Minnesotas has emerged; inundated with reports that Minnesota is the best state for women, we also were faced with the reality that women in Minnesota’s communities of color are struggling. How and with whom we address these critical disparities will determine the success of our work and the extent to which economic security for all women can be realized. Join us on from 7:30 A.M. to 2 P.M. Thursday, March 3 (a light breakfast and lunch will be provided) to hear state legislators, community leaders, and advocates discuss the policies we need now to break down barriers to economic equality. Reducing barriers is not just the right thing to do, it is needed to build a stronger economic foundation for all of us. [Read more.]

News from the Network

Updates and events with our esteemed partners and collaborators!

MPR Generation Listen Founding Board
Applications due March 1


2016-2017 Windcall Residency and Coaching Program
Applications due March 1

Geo:Code 2.0
March 5-6
9am - 5pm
Robert H. Bruininks Hall
Room 412 UMN


Introducing: Service Year MN
Franklin Project
Monday, March 7
5:30pm
LynLake Brewery

Second Tuesday Networking Event
YPOTC
Tuesday, March 8
5:30pm - 8:30pm
The Pin

The Future of Food: 3rd Annual Fundraiser
Net Impact Minneapolis
Wednesday, March 9
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Town Hall Brewery

Conversations with the Fed: Board Chair MayKao Hang
Thursday, March 10
7:00pm
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

Graze for Good
Fourth Generation
Sunday, March 20
5:00pm - 8:00pm
Surly Brewing Co.

2016 Youth Day at the Capitol
Tuesday, March 29
9:30am - 5pm
Wilder Center
*Geared toward 5th - 12th grader

2016 Women in Entrepreneurship Conference - Strategic Partners
MN Cup
Thursday, March 31
12:30pm - 6:00pm
Carlson School of Management

 

Making Our #MNRising Mark!

Don't forget to tag your upcoming emerging leader events, thoughts, musings, and more,#mnrising, on Twitter and Facebook. Let's aggregate and organize ourselves for increased interaction and potential for collaboration! 
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