WEBINAR

Join our 90-minute webinars devoted to exploring diverse experiences, perspectives, and narratives in systems change.

Webinar: Feminist Systems Change: Reflections, Frames and Learning to Advance Practice

April 19, 2022
8:00 am - 9:30 am Pacific US
11:00 am - 12:30 pm Eastern US

This 90-minute session introduces The System Sanctuary’s feminist systems change framework, offers key insights and implications and explores why we need a feminist systems change ethos.

Join CoCreative and The System Sanctuary's co-founders Tatiana Fraser and Rachel Sinha as we collectively explore these key questions:

  • What is unique about feminist approaches to systems change? 

  • How can this learning contribute to systems change practice? 

  • How can we leverage the emerging field of systems change to advance gender equity and women’s leadership?

**There is no fee to participate, rather we invite you to make a donation to support front line activists protecting the water and the earth, and to front line activists working to address gender based violence. Read more here.

About The Session Presenters

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Tatiana Fraser

Tatiana co-founded the Girls Action Foundation, which became a network supporting the empowerment and leadership of girls and young women, scaling it nationally across Canada before stepping away and letting it fly. She was selected as an Ashoka Fellow for her work and recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network. 

 

With significant expertise in running a not-for-profit and an MBA from McGill University.  She has chaired the Board of CKX for four years and Chaired the Stewardship Group of Illuminate, an international network designed to cultivate the field of systems practice, in the first year of its life.  She has served on numerous Boards and Advisory Committees including The UN Commission on the Status of Women, The Carold Institute, Food Secure Canada, Exeko and Actua among others.

Much of her work has been to advance the leadership and social justice of girls and women and she co-authored  Girl Positive (Random House 2016) and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Women Studies.

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Rachel Sinha

Rachel co-founded The Finance Innovation Lab in London, a collaboration between WWF and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales in 2008. This award-winning systems change initiative became a key case study in the early years of Innovation Labs and has been shared at Yale, Harvard and Stanford amongst others. Rachel was chosen to sit on the European Commission panel for Social Business as a result of her work on the Lab and received a ‘person of exceptional ability’ Green Card, to move to the US with her young family. 

 

Rachel co-founded spin-off initiatives from the Lab including the Natural Capital Coalition and Audit Futures. Most recently, with Tatiana and a core group of other systems change leaders, The Sanctuary team became the start-up crew for Illuminate - designed to cultivate the field of systems change practice internationally with partners including Academy of Systems Change, CoCreative, Garfield, Lankelly Chase and School of Systems Change.   

 

Rachel is British and currently lives in St Louis in Missouri in the US with her three kids.

The Systems Sanctuary is designed to be a ‘refuge for systems leaders’. Recognizing the very real challenges associated with leading systems change work and especially for women leading this work in the world.  Today Tatiana and Rachel coach and train systems leaders internationally on the theory and practice of systems leadership through their popular Masterclass on Systems Practice. 

 

The Sanctuary is known for creating small, high-quality, peer-learning Cohorts of individuals calling for systems change. With care and support, these become large scale, deeply-bonded flourishing ecosystems for systems change on topics from Gender Based Violence, to the Opioid Crisis to Climate Change.