Nicole using design thinking and empowering theories to create programs, services, curriculum, or workshops that are empowering, gender-focused, and culturally-relevant.
From developing an effective evaluation plan to visualizing the evaluation findings, Nicole conducts simple or complex evaluations to help clients gather, understand, and use data that shows impact.
From Reproductive Justice to self care, Nicole presents on speaking topics for a variety of settings, including schools, nonprofits, government agencies, and community groups.
Nicole works with nonprofits to develop a Reproductive Justice-focused strategic plan that’s not only customizable, but actionable.
April 7-9, 2017 | Hampshire College (Amherst, MA)
From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom
Host– Civil Liberties and Public Policy
Nicole’s Role– Presenter, “The Revolution Starts with Me!: Recipes, Remedies, Rituals, and Resources for Activist Self Care” and “Social Workers for Reproductive Justice”
Registration– Coming soon
April 18, 2017 | New York, NY
Social Work in the City: Challenges, Uncertainty, and New Opportunities
Host– National Association of Social Workers- NYC
Nicole’s Role– Presenter, “Reproductive Justice as a Social Work Value: Using Intersectional Analysis in Maternal and Reproductive Health Advocacy”
Registration– Register Here