You are invited to participate in this 4-part webinar series.
The next 100 days will be focused on bringing people together for strategic conversations about the impact of the COVID-19 crisis and to generate ideas for how we can take a new approach for shaping our future. The Institute of Southern Georgian Bay and collaborative partners are launching a four-part online discussion series called Mapping Our Road to Recovery.
Part 1: Using Social Innovation to Inspire Regional Resilience (May 6)
Using Social Innovation to Inspire Regional Resilience features ideas in the recently released Social Innovation Report, aimed at accelerating our recovery, setting a 21st century resilient and sustainable course, and embracing new economies towards 2030.
Speakers representing business, not-for-profit, government, and philanthropic sectors will talk about the state of these sectors in our region pre-crisis, the challenges being faced now, and what we need to be thinking about for our future. This crisis has underscored the reality that our major sectors are interconnected and our economy and wellbeing depend on all the sectors working together. An integrated approach to recovery will provide the most sustainable results.
All attendees will discuss report themes and speaker highlights which resonate most, why the ideas are important, and what actions are recommended.
Social Innovation Report Writer:
Long-time resident of Grey & Bruce who works with emerging practices in the social sector
Director, Marketing and Business Development, Collingwood
CEO, United Way Simcoe Muskoka
CAO, The Blue Mountains
Chair, Meaford Hospital Foundation