2022 Pass the Gavel: Livable Wage & Economic Justice
07apr4:00 pm5:30 pm2022 Pass the Gavel: Livable Wage & Economic Justice
Join us to thank Amy Strok for her year as President of PSALA as we welcome Suzanne Tran as our new 2022-2023 Chapter President! Our Pass the Gavel keynote speaker, Sean
Join us to thank Amy Strok for her year as President of PSALA as we welcome Suzanne Tran as our new 2022-2023 Chapter President!
Our Pass the Gavel keynote speaker, Sean Goode from Choose 180 will discuss our role with livable wage salaries and economic justice.
Choose 180 is a nonprofit set out to transform systems of injustice and support the young people who are too often impacted by these systems.
Join us as we discuss wage in the broader narrative of a journey toward economic justice. We will highlight the historical harms that have brought us to this place, the possibility of collective action and what it will require of us to continue to journey forward.
PSALA has committed a $2,500 donation to Choose 180. PSALA Members and Managing Partners are encouraged to attend. You won’t want to miss this.
Registration and event are FREE.
Register Today – Zoom link will be sent in confirmation email following registration.
About the Speaker – Sean Goode
Sean Goode is a speaker, facilitator, writer, podcast host, executive coach, and nonprofit leader who is driven by his mantra, “possibilities over problems,” which was born out of his lived experience growing up in what was overwhelmingly challenging circumstances. Through his stewardship of the now nationally recognized nonprofit, CHOOSE 180, he has worked to decriminalize youthful behavior and transform the very systems that have historically caused harmed to marginalized communities. Prior to leading this 2021 City of Seattle Human Rights award-winning organization he served as a chaplain in juvenile detention, championed gang and group intervention efforts, and worked to provide education and employment opportunities for youth in at-risk communities.
Sean Goode is considered a national expert on justice reform and has been appointed by the Washington State Governor to the Partnership Council on Juvenile Justice where he serves as the vice chair working to address statewide issues surrounding the criminalization of adolescent behavior. As a thought leader, Sean is regularly sharing his own personal journey, the transformative power of grace and the impact of elevating possibilities over problems with a diversity of audiences in both the private and public sector.
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