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Collective Impact Forum

Video and Transcript Now Available

Watch now this dynamic discussion, described as a "master class on narrative" from the 2021 Collective Impact Action Summit. Melody Barnes (Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions) leads a conversation on the importance and power of narrative in collective social change efforts.
Joining Melody are Crystal Echo Hawk (IllumiNative), Rashad Robinson (Color of Change), and Nayantara Sen (Real Food Real Stories.) Before the discussion, Seattle poet, organizer, and attorney Troy Osaki performs the poem, "In the New World We Laugh and This Time We Mean It.”
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Also Available on the CIF Podcast

"The Role of Narrative Change in Collective Action," is also now streaming as the latest episode of the Collective Impact Forum podcast.
Ways to Listen: You can listen on our site or on your preferred podcast-streaming platform, including Itunes, Spotify, iHeartRadio, and Stitcher. Subscribe now, and never miss a future discussion on the ins-and-outs of collective impact.

In Celebration

Thank You, Sheri!

We on the Forum team offer our deep gratitude and congratulations to Sheri Brady, who is taking on an exciting role as Vice President of Strategy and Programs at the Children’s Defense Fund.
As part of the Aspen Institute’s Forum for Community Solutions, Sheri has been co-leading the Collective Impact Forum since its launch in 2013. Sheri will forever be a part of the Forum’s heart and guiding mission, and we are so honored to have worked with her these past 8 years. We look forward to being in community with Sheri in the future as her leadership and hard work will continue to shine a light for many to follow.  

New Job Opportunities

Sharing new opportunities from the social change field.

Save the Date for Champions for Change 2021

The Collective Impact Forum's virtual backbone workshop Champions for Change 2021 will be held on September 21-23, 2021.
This virtual workshop- designed specifically for those in the beginning/early stages of their collective impact work, will dive into the different roles that the backbone team can take within their initiative, including how to best support communities and move forward during these times of crisis, recovery, and change.
Registration will open late June 2021. Sign-up for our registration alert, and you'll be notified when registration launches next month.
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About the Collective Impact Forum 
The Collective Impact Forum, an initiative of FSG and the Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions, is a resource for people and organizations using the collective impact approach to address large-scale social and environmental problems. We aim to increase the effectiveness and adoption of collective impact by providing practitioners with access to the tools, training opportunities, and peer networks they need to be successful in their work. The Collective Impact Forum includes communities of practice, in-person convenings, and an online community and resource center. Learn more and join the community at collectiveimpactforum.org
Have a question or comment about the Forum? Please contact Tracy Timmons-Gray
An Initiative of FSG and the Aspen Forum for Community Solutions
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