Are you looking for a job that will give you financial stability? Join us as Curt Church, Moderator, Corporate Operations Director of Impact Employment Solutions, unpacks this urban workforce development conversation, which details some return-to-work strategies for youth and adults.
Join us as Dr. Janet Rozick takes us on a journey to the Lathrop and Haroun's House, Delta and the Kings, Michigan, and the back story of how Abolitionists in Maumee, Toledo, and the Great Lakes led Black Americans to freedom.
Chris Robinson, Moderator, Champion Coach, and now Central Catholic HS Coach, is the Moderator of this discussion about the challenges and triumphs of developing young baseball champions. Guest Moderator: Tamon Greene, owner of Sox Baseball, offering conditioning, fundamentals, and competitive sporting events for you
Truman Claytor, renowned Basketball Star, now Basketball Official throughout NW Ohio, is the Moderator of this discussion about developing young basketball champions.
Guest Moderators: Torri Blanchard, owner of The Toledo League of Champions | Eddie Norrils, owns Ballers Elite Exposure Spotlight. Join us to learn more.
Since its founding in 1837, Toledo has been home to a growing Black community whose successes and struggles have echoed those of a nation grappling with race, equity, and civil rights. Janet Rhodes, Supervisor of Digitization Services at Toledo Lucas County Public Library, presents this Kaleidoscope of Black Culture.
Englewood SW partners with Coro Center for Civic Leadership to launch its Next Leaders In Healthcare Cohort pilot. NLIH-Toledo seeks to equip healthcare professionals with the tools to make a lasting impact on Maternal Health in this region. We are hosting information meetings in April 2023 to prepare you for Selection Day. Please register for our next information meeting.
Contact our admin, Jenny, for more information about our upcoming Selection Day.
Newly appointed Regional VP, US Coalition of BWB, and a national board seat with Juneteenthny Through urban strategies, leadership, and training initiatives, the President | CEO of Community Reinvestment Coalition – Englewood SW, embraces transformative change in local communities while increasing the quality of life, through workforce development collaborations in the community, and regional partnerships, in spaces where diversity, equity, inclusion & justice include residents, civics, the public, and the private sector.
The Board of Trustees of the Greater Toledo Community Foundation recently approved grants to proactively address concerns raised by communities that are disproportionately impacted by inequity and lack of access in the Greater Toledo area.
St. Martin De Porres Parish was awarded a $40,000 grant to launch a resident-driven leadership training program and a job readiness program for the Englewood neighborhood in collaboration with Community RE Investment Coalition Englewood SW and Robinson Elementary
Lucas County has been Ohio's unfortunate leader in infant mortality for the last four decades. Join us for an information meeting during the month of April to learn about Eliminating Racial Disparities in Health and how the Community can make an impact
Urban Renewal was partially an attempt to connect suburbs to downtown in a faster way, which resulted in tearing up our neighborhoods in part or in some cases isolating other neighborhoods. We can start to see great things happen in downtown Toledo, how do we start a conversation that builds off that momentum and targets our neighborhoods still affected and neglected today because of urban renewal ? An Urban Strategy Solution: Collaboration
Moderated by Kathleen Greely, Community Advocate, President/Executive Director of Community Reinvestment Coalition-Englewood SW. Co-Moderator, Angelé Doyne, Founder of The Ampersand Group, and joined by invited panelists, Councilwoman Tiffany Whitman, Malcolm Cunningham, ProMedica|Ebied, Shawnee Benton Gipson, SOW Leadership Development Institute, Athenia Rodney, Founder of Juneteenth NYC, and Deidre Helberg, Founder|President, U.S. Coalition of Black Women Businesses.
Guest Moderator, Housing Commissioner Tiffanie McNair moderates this discussion with Pastor Jerry Boose, Pastor Lee Williams, Pastor Willie Perryman, Pastor Larry Clark, and Pastor Terry Cook as we "Unpack the Impacts and Networking Power of the Black Church." This month, we unpack what does not work when we fall into past patterns of excessive religious overtones while engaging in activism? You will enjoy the passion and professionalism in this healthy community discussion on bridging our gaps.
Moderators, Health Advocates, and Co-authors of The Toledo Black Agenda Doni Miller and Wendi Huntley will moderate this discussion with the Housing Commissioner, City Councilmember (District 4), Mental Health Professional, Traveling Nurses from COVID-19 Units, Doula & Certified Lactation Counselor, and St. Martin DePorres Catholic Church discuss homelessness and the health crisis. You will enjoy the passion and healthy community self-expression for what is and is not working in Englewood.
Kathleen Greely, Moderator, seasoned Advocate for Democracy in Housing, and Community Engagement will moderate this discussion with the Housing Commissioner, Land Bank, NeighborWorks, LISC, and St. Martin DePorres Catholic Church. You will enjoy her zest for what's working and what's not working in Englewood.
Julia Lee, Moderator, Community Advocate, and Mortgage Loan Originator will moderate this discussion with local leaders and city officials, executive directors, and next-generation leaders who work, live and want to contribute to positive change. Community reinvestment starts with transforming the conversation.