Deepening Alignment to our Values, Principles & Practices: A Retreat for Courage and Renewal Facilitators
Date: June 28 Location: Menucha Retreat and Conference Center
Menucha Retreat and Conference Center
Now, in this place, we take time out of time to look back, to see where we have been and what we have been, to reflect on what we have learned thus far on our journey. We gather together to remind each other to see our True north, and to encourage–to place courage in–one another.
- Barbara Rohde
This Courage to Lead retreat is designed specifically for Courage and Renewal facilitators wishing to come together to explore diversity, equity and belonging as it relates to our work within the multitude of diverse communities we serve around the world.
This unique retreat offers participants the:
- space to tend to your own formation and invest in your growth
- time to reconnect to one’s identity and integrity as a Courage Facilitator; identifying and honoring gifts & strengths, and acknowledging our limits, questions and challenges.
- powerful inquiry about how diversity, equity, and inclusion can happen in the safe and confidential context of a Circle of Trust.
- time to listen and think deeply about our CCR Policies and Practices as they apply to equity and belonging in our circles
- space to deepen our conversation with ourselves and our colleagues, through activities and reflections.
- opportunity to practice deep listening and respectful speaking, strengthening one’s life and facilitation skills.
Details & Registration
Dates & Time: Sunday-Tuesday, June 28-30, 2020. Retreat begins at 5 p.m. on Sunday and ends at noon on Tuesday.
Location: Menucha Retreat and Conference Center, 38711 E Historic Columbia River Hwy Corbett, OR
Facilitators: Kirstin Anglea, EdD, Kevin Bacon, MEd, Dawn Montgomery, EdD, Lydia Poole, MEd
Cost and Accommodation Options: Costs include participation in the retreat, all meals and double-occupancy accommodations. View details about lodging and the Menucha facilities
Single Occupancy (limited) $500 | Double Occupancy $firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
About the Facilitators
Kirstin Anglea, EdD is a teacher, leader, coach, and consultant. As a teacher and leader, she is on a continuous journey to learn, wrestle with and teach about what it means to be equitable and inclusive in any context one might find themselves. She has been a facilitator with The Center for Courage and Renewal since 2014, leading Courage & Renewal retreats, locally and internationally. She is part of Citizens4Community, dedicated to “building bridges” one conversation at a time.
Kevin Bacon, MEd is a seasoned educator who has dedicated his life work to student outcomes and community engagement. Prior to his appointment as Director of the 3 to PhD Collaborative, Kevin served 32 years in public education where he was a teacher, student management specialist, biotech education coordinator, vice principal, and principal at all three levels PreK-12. He has been a Courage to Lead facilitator since 2012.
Dawn Montgomery, EdD has served her educational community for the past 40 years as a teacher, leader and director. She continues her work as an executive performance coach, equity facilitator, adjunct professor, and as a licensed Courage and Renewal facilitator offering Courage to Lead and Leading Together retreats and professional development for schools, districts, and nonprofit businesses. Her heart and efforts lie in supporting the work necessary to make a difference in this world.
Lydia Poole, MEd is an educator at a K-5, Title 1 school in Portland, Oregon. She is committed to educational equity and helping teachers sustain their human spirit as they work with students who have to navigate insurmountable odds while also attending school. She has been a facilitator with the Center for Courage and Renewal since 2018. She lives in the Portland area with her four beautiful children.