The BWOPA/TILE DWJ Fellows Solutions Talk is an issue forum which provides an opportunity for the fellows to showcase their learning and leadership around their chosen issue area. During the course of their research-based presentations, the DWJ Public Policy Fellows will introduce solutions to a unique set of social issues and challenges faced by the African American community as well as other communities of color.
Black Women Organized for Political Action’s Training Institute for Leadership Enrichment’s (BWOPA/TILE), Dezie Woods Jones (DWJ) fellows are emerging thought-leaders who are participating in a highly selective, graduate-level, twelve-month long program that prepares and develops young leaders ages 25 - 35 to become advocates and innovators of public policies that yield positive community change. The DWJ Public Policy Fellows cohort invite individuals from the affected populations, concerned community, colleagues, public officials and BWOPA members to hear and share in their presentation of inventive ideas for effecting positive change.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2017
5:30 DOORS OPEN | 6:00 PM PROGRAM BEGINS
THE RED DOOR CATERING
2925 ADELINE STREET
OAKLAND, CA 94608