School’s Out Washington’s annual Bridge Conference is a multi-day regional convening focused on exploring, celebrating, and influencing our collective field(s) through the act of solidarity and unified learning. Expanded learning professionals, community organizers, school district representatives, funders, policymakers, and systems leaders gather to engage with a diverse range of knowledge, people, and perspectives; identify the ways that racial inequities impact youth, expanded learning opportunities, and educational outcomes; experience a sense of belonging to nourish social connection and professional networking; learn how to implement tangible practices that promote an equitable expanded learning opportunity ecosystem; and strive to recognize power dynamics throughout programs and systems and begin to strategize how to co-create stronger partnerships across sectors. Join us at the 2020 Bridge Conference from Tuesday, October 27 – Friday, October 30, 2020. 

2020 Bridge ConferenceThe Seeds We Sow, emphasizes intention in the act of reimagination. Only together, as a collective, will we solidify a new foundation that intertwines our cultures, values, and leadership to nourish all our young people’s excellence and right to thrive.

Bridge Conference Registrants: Within 12 hours of registering, participants will receive an email from Sched inviting you to create and/or log into your Sched account so you can create your personalized schedule and prepare to attend the event. Check out our Attendee Guidance Checklist for more info on "how" to show up to this virtual event.

This schedule was updated most recently on 10/20/20.
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Anjilee Dodge

Reimagining Revolution & The Communities Project
Social Worker, Independent Consultant
Seattle, WA

Anjilee Dodge is a passionate advocate committed to innovation for systemic change. She has spent her career researching, designing and presenting equity and inclusion curriculum in diverse settings with a focus on empowerment of those marginalized by race, sex, and class. Graduating with her Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington she focused her studies on the sexual exploitation of BIPOC women and girls. Anjilee spent 9 years working alongside unhoused and sexually exploited individuals, managing programs, and developing educational experiences for program participants, staff, and the community. Anjilee currently consults on program models which address inequality and offer strategies for trauma informed systems of care which center those with the most marginalization.
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