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Evolve Podcast: A New Era of Leadership
An interview with Snjezana on what makes a trauma informed system within an organization.
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An interview with Snjezana on what it means to be trauma informed in schools and what is a care-based justice system.
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Whether it's a speaking engagement, a media appearance, or a podcast interview, Snjezana is a highly sought-after thought leader delving into the intersections of well-being, trauma, social justice, workplace culture, and human relationships.
HONORING WHERE WE ARE- Land Acknowledgement

Even though we work globally, our offices are on the traditional unceded territory of Huron-Wendat, Anishinabek, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and The Mississaugas of the Credit River First Nations.  As treaty people on this land, we acknowledge the collective, yet uniquely, and individually distinct responsibility of repairing the harms and preventing further harm caused by the White supremacist, colonial, systems which impact all parts of society, and which are directly responsible for the violent physical and cultural genocide of Indigenous peoples across Turtle Island, and the forced enslavement of people of African decent on these lands.

In our work we are accountable to all care practices that are not entangled with, and structured in punishment, surveillance and control. Care practices which are land based, and built on mutual support. Practices indigenous to all of our ancestors, and stolen from many. In our work we bring the history of our own individual ancestries, as well as the rich genealogy of deep lineage of care present in Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (QTBIPoC) communities. Communities from which self-determined care has been stolen through the legacy and present day reality of colonialism, supremacy and binary based systems. We actively center the QTBIPOC voices and aim to ensure that we are taking leadership in care by those who experience most harm.
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