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      February 28, 2019

      Thursday   8:30 AM

      1701 Wright St
      Madison, Wisconsin 53704

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      2019 Social Change Forum

      Imposter Complex is something that almost every person has dealt with. Simply, Imposter Complex is where an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a "fraud" and infiltrates celebrities, teachers, doctors, mothers, fathers, and everyone else. As agents of change, we are constantly being told by our inner voice that we are not good enough, someone else is going to know we’re a fraud, and to just stop. The 2019 Social Change Forum will provide participants an opportunity to face their Imposter Complex head on in a space of comfort and support. Tanya Geisler, this year’s morning speaker says, “The Imposter Complex lies. It lies and lies and lies. It tells you that you’re not ready yet. Knowing it lies makes way for the truth.” Join us to examine and dive into your Imposter Complex. - MORNING KEYNOTE - Tanya Geisler Leadership Coach (CPCC) and author of The 12 Lies of the Impostor Complex (and One Truth) Tanya is a Leadership Coach (CPCC) with a penchant for clarity and an abhorrence of the Impostor Complex. She’s worked with thousands of high-performers combat the Impostor Complex so they can step into the starring roles of their lives and achieve their ultimate goals. She has written The 12 Lies of the Impostor Complex (and One Truth), The Joy Pages, created Board of Your Life and the transformational Starring Role Academy coaching program, is a writer, has served as contributor and was featured in Canadian Living, and is an in-demand TEDx speaker who talks with great passion about the Impostor Complex, Unshakeable Confidence, personal leadership, on all things joy, meaning and purpose.  - AFTERNOON KEYNOTE - Zoë Dean-Smith Swazi-born Social Entrepreneur working with global women change-makers, Holistic Life Map Presenter, Fitness Instructor and emerging Author With 36 years of experience in the for-profit, non-profit, corporate and social enterprise sectors, Zoë is vice president of economic empowerment and entrepreneurship with Vital Voices Global Partnership, based in Washington DC, providing vision and leadership to the organization’s Global Ambassadors Program, VVGROW fellowship, Fortune-U.S. Department of State Global Women's Mentoring Partnership and WEEmpower UN SDG Challenge.   - WORKSHOPS -     THE MANY FACES OF IMPOSTER COMPLEX Join us to overcome the feeling that you are not qualified to do work you are doing and may be revealed as a fraud at any moment. We'll share tools and resources to confidently be the expert you've work so hard to be. About the facilitators:  Tania Ibarra is a Senior Manager at Spectrum Brands and is passionate about helping people reach their fullest potential. Her extensive career in the financial services industry has equipped her with rich experiences and unique perspectives. A self-described strategic and visionary problem-solver, she is dedicated to building the leadership capacity and influence of the Latino Professionals Association membership and community. She enjoys attending sporting events, exploring the outdoors, and traveling with her family. Faustina Bohling A business professional with experience in development, human resources, diversity and inclusion, and community engagement programs. Areas of specialties include establishing strong partnerships with local communities, meeting facilitation, use of sustainability frameworks, program and event management. Primarily applying these tools for community asset building.   HUMOR AND OUR IMPOSTER COMPLEX This workshop is going to examine how humor can be useful when combatting our Imposter Complex while also acknowledging when it can become unhealthy and harmful to our well being. About the facilitator: Dina Nina Martinez, who was called “…very funny.” by the Late Late Show’s James Corden, is a transgender standup comedian and actor from LA who currently resides in Chicago. Her signature blend of disarming sass and charm has been featured in comedy festivals and multiple world-class comedy venues including LA Pride, The Chicago Women’s Funny Festival, LA’s The Comedy Store and Chicago’s Zanies Comedy Club. She is a Huff Post blogger and creator and executive producer of Lady Laughs Comedy Festival. She was named one of the “40 Hot Queer Women In Comedy” by AfterEllen.com and won Madison's Favorite Local Comedian as voted by the readers of the Isthmus. Though LA was cute and she’s certainly got fabulousness to spare, Martinez’s long term goals are to settle down and be a soccer mom. I AM MY OWN: Navigating the Psychology of Imposter Complex  About the facilitator: Andrea D. Price was born in Arkansas where her lifestyle of servant leadership began. She is a sought-after retreat leader, nonprofit trainer, and servant leadership consultant. Educated at Texas Tech University and the University of Arkansas-Clinton School of Public Service, she helps servant leaders, nonprofit organizations and businesses, both in the United States and abroad, reach their service goals. She can be found online at her website www.andreadprice.com.  - OUR EMCEES - This year the Social Change Forum will be hosted by Mario Garcia Sierra from Madison Gas & Electric and Gregg Potter, founder of Project Kinect.    - MORE ABOUT THE SOCIAL CHANGE FORUM - The Social Change Forum was created to dedicate time with an eclectic group of change agents and focus on one building block of social change.  We choose a building block that is abstract and subjective, yet when we focus on it together, we find tangible ways to be better agents of change. The Social Change Forum also uses the one focus to bridge communities.  Something magical happens when we use our skills, talents, and experience to work together on common themes; we become connected and our network expands making real change possible. “The forum connects us to people like going to summer camp does.” said Gregg Potter, Project Kinect founder. We welcome and invite anyone to the Social Change Forum. Whether you are a government official, work at a nonprofit, lead a corporation, are a teacher, or a freshman in college, we encourage you to join us for this annual impactful and soul filling event. If the pricing is not in your budget, please contact us and WE WILL WORK SOMETHING OUT! Email info@projectkinect.com for more details.    THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS! MADISON GAS & ELECTRIC ALVARADO REAL ESTATE GROUP COMMUNITY SHARES of WISCONSIN DREAM BANK COLLAB4GOOD               

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