Leadership Series+ Application
The Leadership Series+ A Training on Belonging, Racial Equity, Co-Liberation & Health is hosted by the Office of Equity and Social Justice in partnership with Our BODHI Project.

This is a transformative, collectively healing leadership series for King County employees leading efforts towards greater racial equity and social justice.  

Activating at the intersection of Belonging, Organizing, Decolonizing, Health, and Interconnectedness, Our Bodhi Project focuses on supporting equity- and justice-based practitioners in various sectors to expand and improve their analyses while deepening their purpose towards their work, while centering collective well-being.   Anyone can benefit from this series because Bodhi’s practices and engagements are rooted in collective health.   Bodhi respectfully centers world indigenous practices and those from multiple community-of-color-based cultures that speak to collective health, while also building from and supporting contemporary strategies.  

In this series, participants will engage in creative, mindful, and health-promoting practices, assisting us in expanding and deepening our analyses, while focusing on what gives us all breath and purpose in this work.   This series is for individuals and teams who are willing to be deeply curious, explore and strengthen options towards belonging and coliberation, and soften or let go of individual and collective habits that bring harm.

The cost of this training is $1,850 to participate. Some scholarships will be available for those that meet the requirements of scholarships.

A memorandum of agreement will also be required (including a signature from your supervisor). That document will be provided after the submission of this form.

If you have any questions about the training or the application please contact Tynishia Walker, twalker@kingcounty.gov or 206-263-0534
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Unfortunately, at this time we are only accepting applications for the first cohort-- February 18th and 19th
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