re: netroots nation #NN19

by Deepa Kunapuli
VP, Marketing and Communications, re:power

Our Program team repping!

re:power showed up strong this year at #NN19 with presence on three panels/trainings, a booth in the exhibition hall, and a social event to meet and greet our community members.

A charging station for all your electronic needs :)

Jenn Pae, our VP of Trainings and Leadership Development, moderated a panel called “Sparkle or Shade: Let’s Get Real About Inclusive Politics,” which was focused on what it looks like to center the people that we say we’re working with and for — in our organizations, our campaigns, our communities, and our lives.

VP of Trainings and Leadership Development moderated this panel of national leaders.

Our Executive Director, Karundi Williams, spoke on a panel (“Black, Brown and In Charge: New Movement Leaders and the Future of the Left”) of national black leaders about what it means to be in leadership as a black woman and helm an organization focused on capacity building and development for communities of color:

Beautiful graphic recording of the panel.
Karundi speaking on panel “Black, Brown, and In Charge”
Keeping it 100.

Jane Booth-Tobin, our Director of Digital Organizing and Trainer Development, held a training with alumna Ari Trujillo on “Equity in Tech: Building the Leadership of Women and People of Color,” focused on what it takes to actually build, lead, manage, and retain diverse teams.

Want to know more about what we’re up to in the world? Tweet at us at@repowerorg, and follow along as we come to a city near you! You can also find out more on repower.org

We believe in a future of inclusive politics where decisions about our communities are made by our communities at all levels.

We believe in a future of inclusive politics where decisions about our communities are made by our communities at all levels.