CITY SPLITS:
CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS

Wednesday, 15 December 2021
Group 6: YWCA Kalamazoo

Kalamazoo, Michigan | Organized by Global Ties Kalamazoo

  1. Grace NINGEJEJE | Burundi 

  2. Nourane ABDELRAZEK | Egypt 

  3. Marta YEMANE YOHANNES | Eritrea 

  4. Thana’a AL-KHASAWNEH | Jordan 

  5. Madinabonu SALAIDINOVA | Kyrgyz Republic 

  6. Ghulam Hussain MANDHRO | Pakistan 

  7. Mikaela Luisa R. TEVES | Philippines 

  8. Nyakuma Peter GATKUOTH | South Sudan 

  9. Hoang Anh NGUYEN | Vietnam 

Meeting Resources
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Meeting Details

Please join 10 minutes early

Login: 07:50 Eastern U.S. Time

Meeting: 08:00–09:30 Eastern U.S. Time

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Zoom link: https://meridian-org.zoom.us/j/89842664319?pwd=N29GNVBmaHFuUW9lRXlNdThFVlk1dz09 

Meeting ID: 898 4266 4319 

Passcode: IVLP 

Meeting organized by: Global Ties Kalamazoo in collaboration with Meridian International Center

Meeting Topic: Sherry Brockaway will discuss how the YWCA Kalamazoo addresses economic, gender, and racial justice for all women and girls.

Meet Your Speaker
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Sherry Brockaway, LLMSW 

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Director of Emergency Response Services 

YWCA Kalamazoo 

Sherry Brockway, LMSW, has been employed at the YWCA Kalamazoo since December 2003. She is currently the Director of Emergency Response Services. Her career has focused on domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. She is actively involved in several community collaborations, public education, systems change work, and eliminating racism.  

About the Organization
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YWCA Kalamazoo is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, helping families, strengthening communities, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. The longest-serving YWCA association in Michigan, YWCA Kalamazoo provides individuals and families with victim-focused counseling and advocacy services as well as shelter for survivors of violence, transitional housing, and legal services. Its family programs are designed to improve the lives of the most vulnerable population and lead the way for system change in our communities.