June 11, 2020
Summary: Led by an experienced facilitator, this session will provide us with a chance to reflect, discuss and consider together how we can act time in a way that supports our staff, our mission and our organization, as we manage the current trauma and opportunities of dual crises: racial and social upheavals and Covid-19.
Speaker/facilitator: Dr. Sarah Faude is the Director of Research and Evaluation at YWCA Boston. She has nearly a decade of research, writing, and teaching experience at the intersection of public urban contexts and racial inequality, particularly in education. Sarah received her Ph.D. in sociology from Northeastern University in 2019. Her dissertation research, entitled “The Road to Registration: Bureaucracy, Inequalities, and the Paradox of Compulsory Choice,” examined the role of institutional actors, practices, and processes in the reproduction of raced, classed, gendered, and linguistic inequalities in Boston Public Schools’ intra-district choice process. Her research has been published in the journals Educational Policy and Sociology of Education. Sarah was part of the founding class of inter-group dialogue facilitators, where she co-led a white racial identity dialogue with a cohort of her peers. She also holds an M.S.Ed from the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania and had the honor of teaching middle and high school English in two schools in North Philadelphia.