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February Program

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Theme: Leadership

When: February 21st, 3 PM - 7 PM EST

 

Schedule

3:00 - 3:05 PM EST: Opening with Master Ben

 

3:05 - 4:20 PM EST: Class 1

"THRIVE: Cultivating Leadership & Intersectionality in Your Community"

Tired of doing the heavy lifting? Ready to see more service within your community? Then perhaps it is time for you to support and light the torch of leadership! Join PlaineJane for a discussion on leadership and how we inspire the leaders among us. Leading is never easy but sometimes we need the support of other leaders in order to thrive as a community. PlaineJane will discuss the qualities that are essential to a good leader and how to recognize them in others. Jane will also provide strategies and tips for building bridges and creating cooperation between community leaders and their missions. She'll discuss ideas for supporting leaders' growth while cultivating their inner service abilities. This class will offer resources and guides for; mentor selection, leadership skills as well as communication skills for new and growing leaders in the community. So come with questions and ideas to inspire leadership within your community - because it starts within each one of us!

Presented by PlaineJane

PlaineJane has been active in the Atlanta BDSM community for more than ten years. She is the Director of MAsT: Marietta Women and Founder and Director of FLAIR. As an enthusiastic Event Coordinator & Educator, Jane is a strong advocate for promoting and producing educational events for and within the BDSM and Leather communities. Her area of interest and experience includes service, event coordination & management, volunteer coordination, leadership inspiration, contracts, impact play, dragon's tails, high protocol, power exchange from both sides of the slash, humiliation & degradation, chemical play, genitorture and of course Male on Male Action... to name a few.

 

4:30 - 5:45 PM EST: Class 2

"Making Decisions that Might Not Be Popular"

As a leader there will be decisions that won’t always be popular. In this class we look at a way to look at decision making objectively so that we can know it was the right choice even if it wasn't popular or if it was polarizing.

Presented by D

When D first came in the scene it felt like D had found his home and family. Since then he has been passionate about helping others do the same. D enjoys growing organizations and helping people find a place within the community. He is a member of The House Of Valor and the Contributorship Director for CAPEX.

 

5:45 - 6:10 PM EST: Raffle/Auction

 

6:10 - 7:00 PM EST: Afterglow Discussion with Presenters and Master Ben