NEI Alumni Event: Self Care (Omaha)
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NEI Alumni Event: Self Care (Omaha)

Exclusively for Nonprofit Executive Institute Alumni! Join us for an interactive workshop that will leave you with tools that will help you to bring your best self to your work.

When: March 5th, 2020
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Where: The Union for Contemporary Art
2423 North 24th Street
Omaha, Nebraska  68110
United States
Contact: Rosey
402.557.5800 ext 4

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Exclusively for Nonprofit Executive Institute Alumni

Self Care

We say its important, but how often do we actually do it? Take some time away from the business of the day to join your fellow NEI Alumni in an exploration of self care. What is it? How do we fit it in? Most importantly - what's so bad if we don't do it? (spoiler - it's pretty bad.) You'll walk away refreshed and with tools you can put to use right away.

Registration Fee: $15

Refreshments will be served

Your Facilitator:

Dominique Morgan (NEI 13) is an award-winning artist, activist, and speaker. As the Executive Director of Black and Pink, the largest prison abolitionist organization in the United States, Mx. Morgan works daily to dismantle the systems that perpetuate violence on LGBTQ/GNC people and individuals living with HIV and AIDS. Partnering their lived experience of incarceration as a youth (which included 18 months in solitary confinement), a decade of change-making artistry, advocacy, and an extensive background in public health, Dominique continues to work in spaces of sex education, radical self-care, and youth development with intentions of dismantling the prison industrial complex and the impact it has on our community. Mx. Morgan is an NAACP Freedom Fighter Award recipient, Young, Black, and Influential Award recipient for Advocacy and 2020 Ten Outstanding Young Omahan Award recipient. In addition to completing their capstone project for their studies in the Georgetown University - System Involved LGBTQ Youth Scholar Program, Mx. Morgan is a 2019- 2020 National Juvenile Justice Network Youth Leadership Fellow and 2020 JM Kaplan Innovation Prize Recipient. Dominique's first book “An Introduction to Sexuality Education: A Handbook for Youth System Facing Professionals” will be released in October 2020.  Find out more about Dominique Morgan at Check out their TEDxTalk on Resilience as well.