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Sat, Aug 29



Part 2: What is Trauma and How Does it Impact Our Children and Ourselves

Parents of African descent/African American children are invited to join us for this exciting informative series.

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Part 2: What is Trauma and How Does it Impact Our Children and Ourselves

Time & Location

Aug 29, 2020, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM


About the event

NAACP Vancouver Branch Education Committee Presents: What is Trauma and How Does it Impact Our Children and Ourselves?

Part Two: Strategies for Addressing Racially Traumatic Experiences

We invite Clark County parents of African Descent/ African American children to join us for this exciting and informative two-part series.

Part Two


August 29th, Saturday, 10:30 am to 12 pm Keynote speaker: Debra (Debi) Jenkins, PhD

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Event sponsored by SWAC and The Community Foundation of Southwest Washington


Debra (Debi) Jenkins, PhD is an award-winning life coach, author, presenter, facilitator, and educator with expertise in social, developmental, liberation, and transformational psychology within the context of equity, diversity, inclusion, justice and change.

Dr. Debi began her work as an unsolicited response to requests for her expertise. The expanding demand left her no other choice than to professionalize and, eventually, create an LLC. Her groundbreaking work insights, ignites, and inspires people towards their next best selves! Clientele on local, national, and international levels refer to Dr. Debi’s whole life approach as enlightening, refreshing and innovative! Dr. Debi powerfully and meaningfully engages with individuals and groups towards growth, development, and change on personal, professional, and organizational levels.

In addition to Dr. Debi being the founder and CEO of Share the Flame LLC, she has experience in leadership and education with degrees in Education and Administration (AAS: Early Childhood Education; PhD: Higher Education Administration), Human Development (BA: Developmental Education; MA: Bicultural Development) and an MS in Psychology.

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