Jane Doe Inc. Training Institute Presents:
BEYOND SAFETY PLANNING:
Expanding Financial Advocacy Among Advocates
Becca Bradburd, Director of Operations and Communications
Elizabeth Freeman Center
Donna Larocque, Money School Facilitator
Elizabeth Freeman Center
DATE: Tuesday, May 16
WHERE: YWCA of Central Mass
1 Salem Square, Worcester, MA 01608
About the Training:
JDI and Elizabeth Freeman Center (EFC) have partnered to hold a one-day workshop on addressing the financial impact of domestic violence and sexual assault. In partnership with JDI, EFC will be offering its groundbreaking financial education curriculum “Money School” to SA and DV advocates throughout the state. EFC’s curriculum covers income inequality, social assets, retirement, credit repair, income maximization, action planning, and more.
- a) Become more astute, confident, networked, and in charge of their own financial situations;
- b) Build skills, expertise, and capacity to provide financial advocacy that fosters long-term safety and security for those they are serving/working with; and
- c) Learn to reframe discussions of financial independence work in ways that disrupt systematic inequality and promote justice-centered approaches.
About the Presenters:
Becca Bradburd is Director of Operations and Communications at Elizabeth Freeman Center (EFC) and is coordinating the development, implementation, and analysis of EFC's Money School economic justice initiative. Becca serves on the MA Rural Economic Security Task Force, previously served as the economic justice consultant to the MA Rural Economic Security Initiative, and has worked for social justice in a variety of other domains, including gender and LGBTQ equality, educational access for low-income individuals and minority youth, income fairness, and democratic governance.
Donna Larocque is the Money School Facilitator and Volunteer Engagement Coordinator at Elizabeth Freeman Center (EFC). She implements and facilitates the Money School workshops and has been instrumental in curriculum development and logistics coordination. She serves on the MA Rural Economic Security Task Force Education Subcommittee and is an entrepreneur and founder of Create Ease. In addition to being a veteran, she also has extensive experience in human resources, specifically staffing and recruiting, as well as marketing experience. As a survivor, Donna is passionate about Money School and the participants she assists in each workshop.
To learn more about the Elizabeth Freeman Center, please visit elizabethfreemancenter.org/
If you have questions, please contact JDI’s Director of Membership and Programs Diana Mancera at email@example.com.
If you are deaf or hard of hearing, or are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation, please contact Jane Doe Inc. at ph: 617-557-1829, fax: 617-248-0902, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, three weeks prior to the workshop. By April 18.
This workshop has been developed for JDI member programs. Please note: There is no fee for this workshop, and we ask that all participants pre-register.
Food will not be served; there are a few restaurants in the area and you may bring your own.