Join us for an amazing conversation with Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil on reconciliation as she shares with us what we need to do to move forward during this challenging and historic period. Dr. Salter McNeil is an expert in the area of reconciliation whom speaks truth to power.
This Courageous Conversation with two young activist will educate, empower and encourage you. They share why its important for everyone to use your own gifts and skills to impact the new movement to ensure justice for all.
Listen in as Mariko shares some of the challenges and success of how to pivot your business during a pandemic. Join us for a courageous conversation that pushes you to find new ways to share your gifts and talents, to write the vision, bake some cookies and focus on self care along the way.
You don't want to miss this engaging conversation with Bishop Claude Alexander and Pastor Matthew Watley as they discuss what we are learning during this unprecedented time. What will life look like for us, and for the church? What hidden jewels have been found in "staying in place" and what should be our next steps?
Please listen to this dynamic discussion with Pastor Michael McBride (known as “Pastor Mike”). He is a native of San Francisco and has been active in ministry for over 20 years. Pastor McBride's commitment to holistic ministry can be seen through his leadership roles in both the church and community organizations. A graduate of Duke University’s Divinity School, with a Master of Divinity with an emphasis in Ethics and Public Policy, Pastor McBride founded The Way Christian Center in West Berkeley, where he presently serves as the Lead Pastor.
Regarded as a national faith leader, active in the Ferguson uprisings and many subsequent uprisings, he helps bridge, train and support millennials and religious institutions working on racial justice and black liberation. Pastor McBride has served on a number of local and national task forces with the White House and Department of Justice regarding gun violence prevention, boys and men of color and police-community relationships. In 2016 he was appointed as an Advisor on President Obama’s Faith Based Advisory Council for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. He has been a frequent contributor to the New York Times, the Washington Post, MSNBC, CNN, the Huffington Post and many other media outlets providing commentary on issues related to faith and racial justice.
He is married to Cherise McBride and they have two beautiful daughters, Sarai and Nylah.
We are thrilled to hear from Dr. Ella L. J. Bell-Smith discuss the importance of African American women being elevated in corporate American and other leadership positions. She gives excellent guidance on how to navigate the workplace, provide leadership and when to move on to the next opportunity God has for you.