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Returning to the Workplace Series

Returning to the Workplace 
Safety, Stability, Mission, Equity - Now and as We Move Forward

NPW is pleased to offer a series of workshops designed to offer practical tools to address a variety of issues confronting our businesses, individuals and our community, now and as we prepare to return to the workplace. 

As Westchester’s only membership organization dedicated solely to advancing and advocating for the needs and interests of the county's nonprofit sector and the people and communities they serve, NPW is offering these workshops based on input from our members and partners combined with other data and facts about the particular impact of the pandemic on many of our workers and those we serve. We are thankful for the subject matter experts who are supporting us through their participation in this series.

The Nuts and Bolts of Returning to the Workplace

Thursday, May 21st, 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM

Topics covered: The Governor’s New York Forward Plan, Office Safety Planning, Policies, Procedures and Practices, Communications, Insurance

  • Marc Roberts, My HR Department
  • Chuck Newman and Ilana Arbeit, Charles Newman Co.
  • Brian Auerbach, Paycor
  • Jan Fisher, Nonprofit Westchester

Additional Speakers are Being Confirmed for this Series:

Mental Health Matters
Thursday, June 4th, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Experts will offer practical strategies to address the significant rise in anxiety, depression, trauma and substance misuse, resulting from or made worse by the COVID-19 pandemic for employers, employees, clients, patients and customers. 

  • Michael Orth, Commissioner, Westchester Department of Community Mental Health

  • Bernadette Kingham-Bez, Senior Vice President for Behavioral Health Services, Saint Joseph’s Medical Center

  • Dr. Adwoa Akhu, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, clinician, acclaimed author and speaker former president of the New York Association of Black Psychologists and a former board member of the Association of Black Psychologists

Three Things Nonprofits Should Prioritize in the Wake of COVID-19
Thursday, July 16th, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Why organizations need to examine their social impact, economic viability, and capacity to deliver in order to remain relevant and viable both now and into the future.

  • Amy Celep, CEO,  Community Wealth Partners, a social sector consulting firm that works with foundations and nonprofits to create strategies, implement them, build capacity, and learn what works in pursuit of their missions.

  • Jan Fisher, Executive Director, Nonprofit Westchester

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Racial Equity – It’s a Matter of Life or Death
Thursday, July 30th, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

COVID-19 has clearly demonstrated the life-limiting and deadly impact of racism and racial inequity in health care, education, the workforce and other parts of society.  Action on this issue can no longer wait. 

  • Maria Imperial, Esq., CEO, White Plains YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester

  • Sheeba R. Mathai, Esq., Chief Diversity Officer & Attorney-in-Charge, Legal Services of the Hudson Valley

  • Judith Watson RN, BSN , MPH, Chief Executive Officer, Mount  Vernon Neighborhood Health Center, Inc.

  • Christopher Johnson, Westchester County Legislator, Majority Whip, 16th District of Yonkers

  • Raymone Jackson, CLU, MBA, FLMI, ACS, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley Wealth ManagementWM National Diversity Officer at Morgan Stanley

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We welcome CClean as the Back to Work Series Sponsor

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