workshop 1: MAY 4
Reflecting on the journey that brings you to this moment can inform the future path you chart. This workshop will facilitate an intimate study of your past, your identities, and the passions and values that underlie how you show up in the world. Through this exploration, you will move closer to identifying, understanding, and appreciating your strengths in order to articulate your unique vision.
Mapping your life’s journeys
Values and identity
Core strengths and passions
Setting a vision
Continue your journey to self-discovery
Recognize how your identity shows up personally and professionally
Create a path for action that is meaningful for you
*breakfast and lunch included
caran ware joseph
Director of Human Resources and Title IX Administrator, Iliff School of Theology
Caran received her Master of Divinity degree with distinction from Iliff in 2012. She also has a Master of Arts in Music Ministry degree from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary where she received the Edward Campbell Preaching Award and Hoyt Hickman Award for Liturgical Scholarship. Caran was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1993 after receiving her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Michigan Law School in 1992. In addition to being a member of Iliff's adjunct faculty, teaching courses like Identity, Power, and Difference, Vocation and Orientation, and Hate Crimes and the Law, Caran serves as Director of Human Resources and Title IX
Senior Policy Coordinator, Children's Hospital Colorado
Aditi Ramaswami is a public policy professional on a mission to advance health equity. Currently, she is a senior policy coordinator on the government affairs team at Children's Hospital Colorado. In this role, she fights at all levels of government for the health and well-being of kids. Prior to her work at Children's Colorado, Aditi championed public policies at Center for Health Progress, a Denver-based nonprofit working to ensure that every Coloradan can achieve good health, regardless of race, income, zip code, and other factors. Aditi believes firmly in centering people in society's institutions, from healthcare to education, and everything in between. Aditi holds a bachelor's degree in sociology from Colorado College. When she's not speed-dialing her members of Congress, she's dancing, preferably to 90s hip hop.