What would sustained rest of BIPOC social entrepreneurs look like and how can that increase impact and sustainability of their work? This intimate conversation will highlight the importance of rest in a dominant, white-centered culture as proximate leaders are impacted by the challenges they create solutions for. The conversation will center on mental health, wellbeing, and community as tools for personal and systems change sustainability.
Radical Rest: The Importance of Mental Health and Community for Proximate BIPOC Leaders
Dabney Brice July 5, 2022
Fireside Chat (3 speakers maximum)
Power and Capital
Purpose and Desired Outcome
Participants will leave this session with a perspective change on how they view rest and diverse ways BIPOC leaders can center rest as they tackle the world's toughest issues.
Allocators (Family Offices, HNW Individuals, Foundations)
Accelerators & Incubators
- NameRachel D. Latimore
- TitleDeputy Director, Global Community Programs
- OrganizationEchoing Green
- NameVanessa Garrison
- NameMorgan Dixon