Gender and Racial Justice in Leadership | April 27th
Gender and Racial Justice in Leadership: - Tuti Scott of Changemaker Strategies, brought awareness to the inequities faced in the areas of gender and race and provided key action steps to bring us closer to restoration and healing. Tuti describes herself as a servant leader who's goal is to inspire the servant leader model in gender and racial justice. The Cohort learned about holding the whole of the culture, person and the work. They witnessed the power of masculinity and patriarichy and learned how detrimental it could be to the growth and development of a society if used harmfully. A major impactor is access to money. Tuti recommends investing in, women, girls and women of color and provided more information on gender lens when investing. Tuti asserts the focus should be on love, then profit . In her words, "when you focus on people and social purpose, the revenue follows". Money and power are intertwined; all systems need to address toxic masculinity.
BIO: Tuti Scott, Interim CEO at Tides, serves as a “Chief Inspiration Officer” and guide to countless leaders and teams that are advancing social change. With more than 25 years of experience educating and energizing bold change makers, Tuti advises organizations and boards on strategic planning, succession planning, governance, fundraising, and leadership development. Whether as coach, strategic planner, or facilitator, Tuti helps teams navigate growth, define the scope and scale of their work, and achieve critical sustainability.
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