7:00 pm Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013
at Faith Presbyterian Church
This month's symposium:
Discovering Your Green Team
Group dynamics expert Dr. Patty Stephens and National Wildlife Federation education advocacy director Allen Cooper will explore: How to get the fire going? What are your team's strengths? Who needs to be added? How do you develop a strategy for success? And, how do you build congregational support for your team's goals?
Dr. Patty Stephens is a Kellogg Foundation National Leadership Fellow and former director of Management and Budget for the Texas Governor's Office Health and Human Services programs. Her nonprofit work includes launching a group, which now serves over 3 million clients. Patty is an active member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church and its Climate Changers Team. She holds a Ph.D. in Human Resources and Organizational Development from the University of Texas at Austin.
Allen Cooper is Director of State and Local Education Advocacy at the National Wildlife Federation, where he develops state and municipal policy to connect people with nature. He is a member at Friends Meeting of Austin (Quaker) and co-founder of the Interfaith Environmental Network of Austin. Allen holds degrees in public policy from Princeton and law from the University of Texas at Austin.
Join us in learning how to make your green team more effective!
What: Symposium with Q&A_
When: Tue, 10/1/13, 7pm to 8:30pm
Where: Faith Presbyterian Church
1314 E Oltorf, Austin, TX 78704
Co-hosted by Wildflower Church, UU
no cost, free parking
all are welcome