Our gratitude to Partnership leaders worldwide

Leaders are working together around the world to advance the Partnership and Caring Economy movements.

Lee Mozena leads a Caring Economy presentation at Youth Summit, Seattle, Fall 2017.

The Center for Partnership Studies and the Caring Economy Campaign honor our program graduates who are making the world a better place. We are continually inspired to learn about the many creative ways that CPS alumni are actualizing Partnership and Caring Economy principles in the world; their success stories re-energize us for the next leg of our journey.

Are you an alumni of CPS’ Leadership & Learning programs? Want to stay involved, learn how leaders worldwide are creatively applying Partnership and engaging the Caring Economy conversation in their communities?

Join Riane Eisler, Sara Saltee and Ann Amberg on Friday, December 8, 2017 at 11am Pacific/ 2pm Eastern for the free online CPS Alumni Gathering.

Fall 2017 CPS Alumni Gathering
Friday, December 8, 2017
11am – 1:00pm Pacific

Learn about upcoming events and exciting new CPS programs, hear from alumni leaders worldwide and share success stories. Bring your questions and great ideas and get re-energized. This is one of our most exciting events; we are always amazed and inspired by the creative leadership approaches and success stories we hear from Alumni around the world. This is your chance to listen, share, exchange resources, network and open the door for collaboration.

Change IS happening. Come and get re-inspired to continue our vital work.

Program Alumni from the Caring Economy Advocates Program, the Power of Partnership, Exploring Your Creative Constellation, Power to the Parents, Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives, Strong Kindness, Practicing Partnership with the Earth, and the Young Leaders Program are welcome to attend.

Thank you to our Partnership and Caring Economy leaders worldwide!

Questions? Contact Ann: annamberg.cps@gmail.com

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