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Thursday, May 28, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:30am

The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence is thrilled to partner with Jessica Ayden and Fiona Oliphant for a self-care webinar.

Self-care is critical for those of us who work on domestic and sexual violence issues. In order for us to show up fully energized in the movement, we need to understand how stress and trauma impacts our daily work. Join us for a webinar on radical self-care and healing where you'll learn how inequalities and systems of oppression affect your mental and physical well-being. Identify various ways that you can take care of yourself holistically. Start crafting your own self-care strategies and steps that your organizations can take today to foster a culture of self and community care.   
 

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Jessica Ayden Li
Jessica Ayden Li (www.jessayden.com) is a social justice activist, leadership coach, and nonprofit consultant. She has 15+ years of experience working to end gender-based violence and creating social impact through developing leadership within communities of color. She’s previously served as the Executive Director of San Francisco SafeHouse and the Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project in Washington, D.C. Jessica has also worked for the United Nations Mission in Sudan, the International Rescue Committee, and LeaderSpring.
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Fiona Oliphant
Fiona Oliphant's personal mission is to create a world which centers those living in the margins of our society by valuing their lived experiences, amplifying their voices and realigning current systems of power. She’s primarily worked in the gender-based violence sector for almost two decades to actualize that mission. Fiona has been an intern, legal advocate, program manager, staff attorney, trainer, public speaker and director. Each position has been a fundamental building block priming her for sustained social impact work. Prior to working independently, Fiona served as the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Community Engagement for the DC Coalition to End Sexual Violence. She was also the Director for the Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project as well as Director of CONNECT’s Legal Advocacy Program.

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