Developing Community PartnershipsNov 20, 2019 | Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health
Whether you work on campus or in a community organization, it is increasingly challenging to meet the mental health and wellness needs of students on your own.
Developing partnerships with other organizations in your community can help as you each have unique skills, resources and/or approaches that would benefit others. However, partnerships like any relationship takes time and effort.
Join CICMH and CMHA for this webinar where Sharon Brodovsky provides some tools and tips on how to seek out, build and maintain effective partnerships as well as avoid some of the pitfalls. This webinar will also showcase some of the new campus/community partnerships that are happening through CICMH’s campus/community project and how CICMH can support your organization get involved.
Download the Webinar Slides (PDF).
Sharon Brodovsky is a social impact strategist with over two decades of experience as a designer, facilitator and evaluator of collaborative social strategies. Sharon consults with social sector organizations, foundations and private companies to design and develop social impact strategies, plans and evaluative tools to monitor, demonstrate and communicate impacts.
She has extensive experience with a variety of social issues including health promotion, youth employment, newcomer settlement and employment, poverty reduction and the environment and is skilled in navigating the complexity of these environments. She has experience working in and connecting with private, public and not-for-profit sector organizations and has held several senior roles in policy and strategy development, evaluation, communications and stakeholder engagement.
Sharon is a contributing consultant with Cathexis Consulting and a developmental evaluation and collective impact coach for Innoweave