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Events 2017-03-21T19:16:09+00:00

Events

Upcoming Events

March 24, 2017 | “Self Care for Latinas on the Front Lines for Reproductive Justice” (New York, NY)

April 7-9, 2017 | “From Abortion Access to Social Justice: Building for Movement for Reproductive Justice” (Amherst, MA)

  • Host: Civil Liberties and Public Policy 
  • Event type: Conference
  • Nicole’s role: Workshop presenter, “The Revolution Starts with Me!: Recipes, Remedies, Rituals, and Resources for Activist Self Care” and “Social Workers for Reproductive Justice”
  • Register Here

April 18, 2017 | “Social Work in the City: Challenges, Uncertainty, and New Opportunities” (New York, NY)

  • Host: National Association of Social Workers-NYC
  • Event type: Conference
  • Nicole’s role: Workshop presenter, “The Revolution Starts with Me!: Recipes, Remedies, Rituals, and Resources for Activist Self Care” and “Social Workers for Reproductive Justice”
  • Register Here 

Past Events

February 8, 2017 | “Uncorked Series: The Importance of Self Care”

  • Host: Whine & Cheese
  • Event type: Teleconference
  • Nicole’s role: Guest presenter

December 7, 2016 | Washington, DC: Reproaction Staff Retreat

  • Host: Reproaction
  • Event type: Staff professional development retreat
  • Nicole’s role: Workshop facilitator,“The Revolution Starts with Me!: Recipes, Remedies, Rituals and Resources for Self Care”

November 4, 2016 | Long Island City, NY: Sexual and Reproductive Justice & NYC: Voices from the Community

  • Host: New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
  • Event type: Community meeting and panel discussion
  • Nicole’s role: Consultant and panlist

November 3, 2016 | New York, NY: “Jackson: The Place with One Clinic”

  • Host: If/When/How Columbia University Law School chapter
  • Event type: Documentary screening and discussion
  • Nicole’s role: Panlist

October 24-29, 2016 | Atlanta, GA: Evaluation 2016

  • Host: American Evaluation Association
  • Event type: Conference
  • Nicole’s role: Session facilitator

August 16, 2016 | Brooklyn, NY: Healthy Women Healthy Futures Coalition Meeting

  • Host: Choices in Childbirth
  • Event type: Client meeting
  • Nicole’s role: HWHF evaluator and meeting facilitator
  • Closed to the public

August 8-9, 2016 | New York, NY: SEANYC Youth Advisory Council Training

  • Host: Sexuality Education Alliance of New York City
  • Event type: Youth leadership training
  • Nicole’s role: Trainor and meeting facilitator
  • Closed to the public

June 22-25, 2016: National Association of Social Workers Conference

  • Host: National Association of Social Workers Conference
  • Event type: Conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Workshop presenter- “Reproductive Justice as a Social Work Value- Dilemmas in Abortion, Adoption, and Parenting” (with Social Workers for Reproductive Justice)

April 8-10, 2016: “From Abortion Access to Social Justice: Building for Movement for Reproductive Justice”

  • Host: Civil Liberties & Public Policy (Amherst, MA)
  • Event type: Annual conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Workshop presenter- “The Revolution Starts with Me!: Incorporating Self Care and Preventing Burnout” (with Adaku Utah)

March 31, 2016: TRAPPED Documentary Screening & Panel Discussion

March 21st and 28th, 2016: Community-Based Participatory Process

  • Host: New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
  • Event type: Training for the NYC DOHMH Community Engagement Group
  • Nicole’s involvement: Co-facilitator, community-based participatory research process

November 9-15, 2015, Chicago, IL | Hyatt Regency Chicago: “Exemplary Evaluations in a Multicultural World: Learning from Evaluation’s Successes Around the Globe

  • Host: American Evaluation Association
  • Event type: Annual conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Conference advisory group member

June 23, 2015, Long Island City, NY | CUNY Law School” “Advancing Health Equity: A Community Dialogue on Sexual and Reproductive Justice”

  • Host: New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
  • Event type: Community stakeholders meeting
  • Nicole’s involvement: Consultant with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Bureau of Maternal, Infant, and Reproductive Health
  • *By invitation only*

April 10-12, 2015: “From Abortion Access to Social Justice: Building for Movement for Reproductive Justice”

  • Host: Civil Liberties & Public Policy (Amherst, MA)
  • Event type: Annual conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Workshop presenter- “The Revolution Starts with Me!: Incorporating Self Care and Preventing Burnout”

October 15-19, 2014: “Visionary Evaluation for a Sustainable, Equitable Future”

  • Host: American Evaluation Association (hosted in Denver, CO)
  • Event type: Annual Conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Conference attendee

August 14-17, 2014: “Sexual Freedom Summit”

  • Host: Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance (Washington, DC)
  • Event type: Annual conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Workshop presenter- “Good Girls Don’t Have Sex”: Young Women of Color, Spirituality, Sex, & Body Image

July 23-26, 2014: “Hope, Courage, & Leadership”

  • Host: National Association of Social Workers (Washington, DC)
  • Event type: Conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Poster Presenter: “Reproductive Justice as a Social Work Value: Dilemmas in Abortion, Adoption, and Parenting”

June 10, 2014: “Talking About Birth Justice”

  • Host: Women’s Information Network- New York City  (New York, NY)
  • Event type: Panel discussion
  • Nicole’s involvement: Co-chair of WIN.NYC’s Women of Color Network

September 19-22, 2013: “Sexual Freedom Summit”

  • Host: Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance (Washington, DC)
  • Event type: Annual conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Workshop presenter- “Good Girls Don’t Have Sex”: Young Women of Color, Spirituality, Sex, & Body Image; Panelist on the Women of Color Sexual Health Network: “Can We Talk?- Our Experiences as Sista Sexual Scholars in the Field of Sexuality”

July 19, 2013: Generation to Generation Awards

  • Host: URGE (Washington, DC)
  • Accepted the Excellence in Leadership award
  • Fellow awardess: University of Kansas (Outstanding Campus Chapter), Dr. Tracy Weitz (Steinem-Waters Legacy awardee), Joanne Smith, MSW (Steinem-Waters Legacy awardee), Mary Jean Collins (VIP Tribute)

June 5-9, 2013: “Embracing the Sensuality of Diversity in Identities & Cultures”

  • Host: American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) (hosted in Miami, FL)
  • Event type: Annual conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Workshop presenter- “Good Girls Don’t Have Sex”: Young Women of Color, Spirituality, Sex, & Body Image; panelist with the Women of Color Sexual Health Network: “Can We Talk?- Our Experiences as Sista Sexual Scholars in the Field of Sexuality”

April 12-14, 2013: “From Abortion Access to Social Justice: Building for Movement for Reproductive Justice”

  • Host: Civil Liberties & Public Policy (Amherst, MA)
  • Event type: Annual conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Workshop presenter- “The Revolution Starts with Me!: Incorporating Self Care and Preventing Burnout”

March 15-17, 2013: “Sparking Communication in Sexuality, Acceptance, & Activism”

  • Host: CatalystCon (hosted in San Diego, CA)
  • Event type: Conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Workshop- presenter “Good Girls Don’t Have Sex”: How Do Religion, Sexuality, and the Media Influence the Body Image and Self Esteem of Young Women and Girls?

February 19, 2013: “Millennials in the Movement: Working for Choice”

  • Host: Women Information Network NYC (New York, NY)
  • Event type: Panel
  • Nicole’s involvement: Panelist
  • Fellow panelists-  Kelly Baden (Center for Reproductive Rights), Nicole Grafilo (John  Hopkins University School of Medicine), Kristen Shunken (Public Health Institute), Finn Shubert (NYU Lutheran Medical Center), and Alison Turkos (New York Abortion Access Fund)

October 27, 2012: Sisterhood Summit

  • Host: Black Girl Project (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Event type: Annual conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Workshop presenter- “Good Girls Don’t Have Sex”: How Do Religion, Sexuality, and the Media Influence the Body Image and Self Esteem of Young Women and Girls?

June 6-7, 2012: Strong Families Annual Summit

  • Host: Strong Families (Oakland, CA)
  • Event type: Summit
  • Nicole’s involvement- Involved with the Blog and Social Media committee of the summit.

April 13-15, 2012: “From Abortion Access to Social Justice: Building for Movement for Reproductive Justice”

  • Host: Civil Liberties & Public Policy (Amherst, MA)
  • Event type: Annual conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Workshop presenter- “The Revolution Starts with Me!: Incorporating Self Care and Preventing Burnout”

March 30- April 1, 2012: “Making Waves in Sexuality, Feminism, and Relationships”

  • Host: MomentumCon (Washington, DC)
  • Event type: Conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Workshop presenter- “Can We Love God & Sex: Young Women, Media, and Making Room for Sexuality & Spirituality”

March 7-9, 2012: “PowerShift 2012”

  • Host: Black Women for Wellness (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Event type: Conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Workshop presenter- “From the Dirty South to the West Coast: Attracting Young Black Women to the Reproductive Justice Movement”

February 11, 2012: LSRJ Northeastern Regional Conference

  • Host: Law Students for Reproductive Justice (hosted in New York, NY)
  • Event type: Panel discussion- “Influencing Policy: From Discussion to Campaign”
  • Nicole’s involvement: Panelist
  • Fellow panelists- Anjela Jenkins (The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights) and Shivana Jorawar (National Asia Pacific American Women’s Forum)

October 22, 2011: Sisterhood Summit

  • Host: Black Girl Project (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Event type: Workshop presenter- The Revolution Starts with Me!: Incorporating Self Care & Prevention Burnout

September 24, 2011: 41st Annual Legislative Conference (Washington, DC)

  • Host: Congressional Black Caucus’
  • Event type: Conference
  • Nicole’s involvement: Panelist- “African American Women & Reproductive Health & Rights”.
  • Panel moderator- Aisha Tyler (actress, comedianne, and board member of Planned Parenthood Federation of America)
  • Fellow panelists- Gabrielle Union (actress and board member of Planned Parenthood Federation of America), Loretta Ross (formal national coordinator, SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective), Dr. Vanessa Cullins (Planned Parenthood Federation of America), Rev. Alethea Smith-Withers (board chair, Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice), and Jill Morrison (National Women’s Law Center)

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