Don’t become weary of doing good! That was yesterday’s message, and exactly the reminder that I needed. The AllySHIFT™ Movement has given me the opportunity to advance and magnify bolder and better allies. Our event, AllySHIFT Episode 2: Pathway to Jackson at Jackson State University focused on issues related to Housing and ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance).
AllySHIFT™ is a powerful framework for individuals and organizations to build and reinforce authentic collaboration and SUSTAINABLE cultures of inclusion.
AllySHIFT™ is a format that shifts challenging conversations and situations into opportunities for discussions, team building, and problem solving for implicit bias mitigation and self-awareness.
AllySHIFT™ is a process for developing immediate plans and long-term goals for focus and empowerment of people, places and things that have been marginalized and "valued less."
AllySHIFT™ is a model for engaged allyship that meets people where they are while supporting their advancement to be bigger, better, and bolder allies for others as well as themselves.
AllySHIFT™ is “allyship sustainability.” It is a real thing, our real thing, and a primary driver for diverse and inclusive leaders.
“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up."
One of those leaders and one of our featured presenters is Craig Jonas CEO and founder of CoPeace, a forward-thinking holding company building a portfolio of selected for-profit companies with measurable social and environmental impact. Craig’s driving principle is “business as a force for good.”
Craig’s authentic approach and process for impact investing was a centerpiece for our, “Localizing the Global ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) Framework”. His presentation was a model for ally sustainability and ally as activist. Please enjoy his discussion for AllySHIFT® Epidsode 2.