SRE Network Convening: Building Our Future Together
Tuesday, June 6, 2023: 4-6:45 pm ET
Wednesday, June 7, 2023: 9 am-4:30 pm ET
Bohemian National Hall, NYC
This year marks a major milestone: 5 years since the launch of SRE Network! What began as an idea - to create and sustain safe, respectful, and equitable Jewish workplaces and communal spaces for all, and to end gender-based harassment and discrimination - has since evolved to a network of over 160 Jewish organizations, a field-builder seeding $5 million in grants in 5 years, and a thought leader.
You are cordially invited to join us as we gather together in person for the first time since the pandemic. You will be in the company of fellow SRE Network members, grantees, funders, and practitioners, as together we will celebrate all that we have accomplished and SRE Network's 5 year anniversary as we look ahead to the timely work still to be done.
Jodi Kantor is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter and best-selling author of the book "She Said." Her work has revealed hidden truths about power, gender, technology, politics and culture and helped ignite the #MeToo movement, shift attitudes, and spur new laws, policies and standards of accountability around the globe.
Fatima Goss Graves is a nationally recognized leader in the fight for gender justice and an expert in law, policy, and culture change. She is president and CEO of the National Women’s Law Center, president of the National Women’s Law Center Action Fund, and a co-founder of the TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund.
Jocelyn Frye is President of the National Partnership for Women & Families—a policymaking and legal advocacy organization which works to advance health care, civil rights, economic justice, and racial equity in America. She is the first Black woman to head the National Partnership, which was founded in 1971.
Rachel Garbow Monroe is the President and CEO of The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, a $3.1 billion private charitable foundation dedicated to meeting the basic needs of people experiencing poverty.Rachel also has launched diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives across the Foundation, solidifying its commitment to promoting equity internally and in its grantmaking.
Program Highlights Include
- What’s Possible? Bright Spots in the Field
- Workplace Equity: Equal Pay, Reproductive Justice, and More
- Pursuing a Multi-Dimensional Approach to Safety, Respect, and Equity
Read their full bios and view additional speakers HERE. The draft schedule can be found HERE.
As a network, it is important for us to ensure strong in person representation, while also working within the capacity constraints of our in person venue. Below please find our participation guidelines for the in person conference as well as information regarding the virtual option.
Guidance for SRE Network Convening Registration - In Person Only*
- Invited Organizations with 1-6 employees: 2 staff and/or lay leaders (including 1 senior leader and SRE Champion)
- Invited Organizations with 7-50 employees: 2 staff and/or lay leaders (including 1 senior leader and SRE Champion)
- Invited Organizations with 50+ employees: 3 staff and/or lay leaders (including 1 senior leader and SRE Champion)
*Organizations interested in sending additional participants should register and will be added to a waitlist. If you have any questions about registration, please email email@example.com.
**SRE Champions: We encourage those individuals who are the key champions of furthering a safe, respectful, and equitable workplace and are the organization's SRE Network liaison to attend in person, along with a senior staff person or lay leader.
Guidance for SRE Network Convening Registration - Virtual Only
Livestream conference programming will be available for registered participants on June 7 only. Participation is open to the public without limit on the number of registrants.
The discounted room block at the Millenium Hilton New York One UN Plaza Hotel is closed. You can still book your room at a regular rate using this link
Conference registration is being provided free of charge to our SRE Network Members and colleagues. You are invited to make a donation that is meaningful to you to support this experience and the work of SRE.
About SRE Network
SRE Network is a Jewish network of over 160 organizations that is rooted in a shared commitment to safety, respect, and equity-for all. We inspire meaningful change in workplaces and communal spaces by bringing people together to address gender-based harassment, discrimination, and inequity. Our work is focused on building community, research & learning, and strategic community investments, using an intersectional lens of gender justice.
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