Advance tickets sold out. $15 at the door

Advance tickets sold out. $15 at the door


Power, Privilege & Patriarchy: A Three Part Series for Women 
This series provides a space for education, honesty, and connection for women around the issues that keep us oppressed and in opposition to each other.

Part One: "How Did Women Get Here?" 
Explore how women are programmed to turn on themselves, work against each other, and show loyalty to those in positions of power, even at our own expense. Panelist:

Jacqueline Roebuck Sakho, Ed.D. is Assistant Professor in Educational Leadership and Program Director for the Preliminary Administrator Licensure Program at Lewis & Clark College, Graduate School of Education & Counseling. Dr. Roebuck Sakho reclaims her communal labor as an independent scholar-practitioner specializing in designing educational leadership preparation through a Black Activist Mothering lens.  As a Black Activist Mother herself, Jacqueline has birthed 6 children, two with exceptional needs and enjoyed three of those births as homebirths “in this America”.  

Mazarine Treyz co-hosts the NAMEIT! Podcast about intersectionality and naming types of oppression. In the last four years she has put together the Nonprofit Leadership Summit and the Fundraising career conference with speakers on topics such as "Decolonizing our Nonprofits," "Recognizing bias," "Self care in the workplace" and more. She loves to help organizations work to see and own their bias.


  • April 24, 2019

  • 5:30pm-7:30pm

  • Doors open at 5:30pm, Program begins at 6:00pm and ends at 7:30pm

  • Wine, cheese and mingling

  • PELA - Inside Lloyd Center Mall, 3rd Floor, West of the food court beyond Cash Oregon and Beau Monde - across from Carrington College.

  • $10 advance tickets / $15 at the door

  • Advance ticket sales end 4/22/19

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