EJUSA is thrilled and honored to be a part of this year’s Sojourner’s Summit for Change, starting this evening and going through noon on Saturday.
National Organizer Heather Beaudoin was nominated to participate and selected from a pool of applicants to be a part of the conference in Washington, DC that brings together 300 global leaders making change in and with faith communities. She will participate inspirational talks, small-group gatherings, and shared meals with change-makers from around the world.
From the Summit’s website:
Select leaders from a variety of sectors, stages in their careers, and with different areas of focus will meet to discuss, strategize, and create opportunities to act on some of the most pressing issues in our nation and world. The challenges we face today require new ways of working together. It is critical for leaders to step back to gather in person, build relationships, and encourage one another. Instead of a large conference, The Summit offers an intimate gathering of 300 leaders committed to finding solutions through collaboration. Each day, we will gather as a group to explore justice issues and how they intersect with each of our areas of work and engage in small group discussions that inspire collaboration.
You can watch parts of the Summit live here.