Past Conferences

We plan and host meetings that have impact on the future of the environment and our community.

charting new waters

Thursday, May 18, 2017
Sponsors:
UW-Parkside
Goals:

To provide an update to the community about the progress of new degree programs and professional development for teachers at UW-Parkside. In 2011 and 2012, The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread hosted briefings on the plans for Educator Development at UWP and now we want to share the results of the past five years and the future plans.

Thursday, May 18, 2017
Sponsors:
Racine County Human Services
Goals:

Receive News from Department of Justice and Annie E. Casey Foundation. Review current/future efforts for each model site. Review statistics to obtain information about what that means for our community. Talk about how to continue to sustain efforts in Wisconsin and expansion of sites in Wisconsin. 

Tuesday, May 09, 2017
Sponsors:
RAMAC
Goals:

Final session of 2016/2017 Leadership Racine Program.  

Tuesday, May 09, 2017 - Thursday, May 11, 2017
Sponsors:
University of Wisconsin Law School
Goals:

1. To share best analytical and learning practices of other high hazard professions for responding to negative outcomes (mass transit accidents, deaths related to surgical error, etc.) that may be adapted to law enforcement.

2. To examine the way “learning systems” can create benefits apart from those offered by more traditional “accountability systems.”

3. To explore the potential for developing an external learning system for review and prevention of use of deadly force by law enforcement officers in Wisconsin.

Monday, May 01, 2017 - Tuesday, May 02, 2017
Sponsors:
United Way and The Johnson Foundation
Goals:

This three-part leadership opportunity will be an intensive experiential learning opportunity for community leaders and practitioners committed to improving outcomes in the greater Racine community. With a focus on racial equity and using data, this will be an opportunity for partners to work together to develop, refine, and implement action plans that tackle some of our community’s most complex challenges. 

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