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But We're on the Same Side! Conflict Resolution for PFLAG Chapters
Despite shared goals, PFLAG chapters and chapter boards often experience conflicts that must be resolved. As PFLAG leaders and members it is important to know the skills to help identify and mediate conflicts, both formally and informally, when they occur. Join us to learn about the underlying cause of many conflicts in grassroots organizations, better practices for resolving conflict, and more!

May 25, 2021 08:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Rakhel Silverman (they/them)
Chapter Engagement Coordinator - Western Region
Rakhel Silverman (they/them) joined PFLAG National in October as the Chapter Engagement Coordinator for the Western Region. They majored in Religious Studies and Sociology at Bryn Mawr College. Rakhel's background is in advocacy, leadership development, and building chapters. Some organizations they have organized for include Keshet, IfNotNow, Jews United for Justice, and Judaism On Our Own Terms. Rakhel is particularly interested in social justice work, the intersection of faith and queerness, and making spaces accessible and inclusive. They also really love their cat, Babka.
Shaun Connors (he/him)
Chapter Engagement Manager - Northern Region
Shaun Connors, Chapter Engagement Coordinator, comes to PFLAG to support chapters in their development and continued success. His work focuses on providing resources and supporting chapters through programming. Previously, Shaun spent two years working at his undergraduate alma mater, Plymouth State University in New Hampshire, supporting the Frost House staff in Title IX, Dean of Students, and various student affairs initiatives. Shaun holds a Master of Education in Community Engagement from the Community Engagement Fellowship program at Merrimack College in Massachusetts where his culminating project was a workshop focused on Queer history, intergenerational connection and experiential education within LGBTQ+ and adjacent communities. Additionally, he holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire and Associate of Science in Human Services from Middlesex Community College in Massachusetts.