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Sustained Dialogue Moderator Training

by Sustained Dialogue @ CWRU

Training Sustained Dialogue Social Justice Diversity Multicultural

Sat, 19 Jan 2019

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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Thwing 101

11111 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44118, United States

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The campus community is invited to attend a free Sustained Dialogue moderator training session. The training session will provide information about the program and provide tools for effectively moderating a Sustained Dialogue group.

Attending a training session is mandatory for anyone who wants to serve as a moderator for the CWRU Sustained Dialogue Program this fall but has not attended a previous training. The training will also be beneficial to those wishing to learn more about the Sustained Dialogue Program, practice the art of dialogue before joining a Sustained Dialogue group or learn how to facilitate critical conversations in the classroom or with colleagues and others.

Each training is free and open to CWRU staff, faculty and students. Lunch will be served during the event.



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Thwing 101

11111 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44118, United States

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Rhonda Fitzgerald

Sustained Dialogue Campus Network

As the Managing Director for the Sustained Dialogue Campus Network (SDCN), Rhonda Fitzgerald works to train, mentor, and provide guidance to a broad range of institutions and individuals seeking to transform their communities through Sustained Dialogue. Rhonda has been with SDI for 10 years, working with students, faculty, senior administrators, campus leaders, and facilitators to build lasting structures for inclusion on campuses. As an engaging public speaker and facilitator, Rhonda has a passion for developing college aged leaders with civic competency and cultural humility. Due to her in-demand skills and experiences, she has made an impact at several places around the globe, including Ethiopia where she supports the work of the Addis Ababa University Peace Club, who have led a Sustained Dialogue effort since 2008. She also brings experience from the Proinspire Management Fellows cohort, a program preparing non-profit leaders to build the sector. Rhonda is an alumna of Princeton University, where she participated actively as a moderator and leader of Sustained Dialogue.

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