“Remember that moment that changed everything? The moment that triggered you to move from accepting the status quo to relentlessly fighting for what you believed in?”
The featured speaker will be Movita Johnson-Harrell, District Attorney Larry Krasner’s interim supervisor of victim services and the founder of the anti-violence-focused CHARLES Foundation, named for a murdered son.
“She has a great story to tell about a defining moment that paved the way for her leadership,” wrote TEDxPhiladelphia volunteer organizer Camilia Aberra in an email.
Sulaiman Rahman, who cofounded DiverseForce on Boards, a University of Pennsylvania-hosted board leadership development program that just announced its 2018-2019 cohort members, will facilitate.
- When — Monday, Sept. 17, 6 to 9 p.m.
- Where — World Cafe Live (3025 Walnut St.)
- How much — $10 minimum donation
In loose accordance with Generocity’s editorial calendar, TEDxPhiladelphia’s first two salons, held in April and June, focused on social entrepreneurship and reentry. The group also recently announced the theme of its Spring 2019 conference: “Unintended Consequences.” Speaker nominations are open through Sept. 30.
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