Session Resources & Recording
Looking to improve how you communicate your organization’s policies and procedures to staff regularly? Are you navigating how to provide your team with comprehensive training addressing harassment and discrimination and creating a safe and respectful culture?
In this 90-minute interactive session, Amee Wurzburg and Stephanie Gray from Sacred Spaces shared how to develop regular opportunities for your community to engage with your policies. They shared best practices, key considerations, and recommended action steps for your planning process, including concrete ways to communicate policies and train your staff. Participants were also introduced to the new Living Your Policy module of Keilim, a Sacred Spaces online resource launched in partnership with SRE Network.
Questions to Ask a Potential Trainer
Examples of Skill-Building Topics and Learning Opportunities
Drafting Language for Sharing Your Policy
Drafting Language for Education and Training
This SRE program was held on Tuesday, March 14, 10:30 am-12:00 pm PT/1:30 pm-3:00 pm ET
ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS:
Amee Wurzburg (she/her) is the Program Director at Sacred Spaces. In this role, she oversees the continued development of our flagship programs, Aleinu: Safeguarding Our Children and the Keilim Policy Toolkit. She also manages the development of other existing and new programs. She brings to Sacred Spaces over twelve years of experience working in the anti-violence field, including being a rape crisis counselor, running a sexual violence prevention program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and providing technical assistance for national and international organizations.
Stephanie Gray (they/them) is the Keilim Program Manager at Sacred Spaces. In this role, they oversee the online Keilim Policy Toolkit, manage the Keilim cohorts and the Respect and Responsibility Educator cohorts, organize trainings, and support policy development work with individual organizations. They have worked for over a decade in grassroots organizing and non-profit consulting, focusing on accessibility, LGBTQIA2S+ inclusion, and liberatory spiritual practices.