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The Social Change Career Series highlights the diversity of work and professional experiences related to social good. Speakers work in Nonprofit, Philanthropy, Government and Corporate roles and share their career journey, work life, and professional experiences with an online audience. The conversation is part of the Social Change Leadership Program at the SISGI Group and led by Thenera Bailey, President/CEO. Current Social Change Leadership program participants, alums and the public are invited to ask questions and connect with the speakers in this unique online conversation on social change careers.
Engage with industry thought leaders who will share their career journey and current role in creating social change and social good.
Director, Promise Corps; Mayor's Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity
February 28, 2018
Executive Director, Girls Inc. Long Island
March 8, 2018
Executive Directer, Cha Piyeh, Inc.
April 3, 2018
Executive Director, Playworks Baltimore
Executive Director, The Women's Law Center of Maryland
June 6, 2018
Executive Director, Connecticut Commission for Community Service and Division Director of Programs and Student Services
Dr. Kristen Guillory
September 18, 2018
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Catherine (Cat) Keen, MSW, MBA
National Services Program Director, Volunteer Florida
November 1, 2018
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Executive Director, Cha Piyeh Inc.
Rose Marquez is an enrolled tribal member of the Ohkay Owingeh Nation in Northern New Mexico and serves as the Executive Director for Cha Piyeh, Inc. , which translates to “lending money” in the Tewa language, and is a Native Community Financial Institution (CDFI) and 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Cha Piyeh was developed to address a housing shortage in Ohkay Owingeh and to make home ownership a reality for Tribal Members. Through Rose’s administration and determination, services have become more accessible and Cha Piyeh has also expanded to seven other Pueblos, making the lending area available to over 10,000 people.
Rose has spearheaded the development of client relations which have resulted in revitalizing the organization and closing on over 100 loans, totaling $1.3 million. Rose has overseen and has participated with staff to provide over 90 financial education courses through group classes and one on one sessions. Most recently, Rose has worked towards a major merger between two other Native CDFI’s, including Native Community Finance based out of Laguna Pueblo, NM and Native Capital Access based out of Tempe, Arizona. By joining forces the newly reformed Native CDFI will be the premiere lending capital and development services for Native Americans in the Southwest.
Rose will also celebrate her fifth year at Cha Piyeh and is a proud mother to four children and grandmother to five grandchildren and a sixth on the way. In her time outside of the office she enjoys riding her Harley Davidson Motorcycle, Do It Yourself Projects at home and attending sporting events for her grandchildren.
Rose is a 2017 Nonprofit Executive Leadership Academy Fellow with the SISGI Group
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SISGI Beyond Good Ideas Foundation A 501 (c) 3 Charitable Organization and the nonprofit division of the SISGI Group focused on preparation, education and collaboration within the social sector. We strive to increase the capacity of changemakers and organizations working for social good.
The Social Change Leadership Program prepares individuals to solve pressing social problems. Participants include college students, community leaders and nonprofit staff interested in gaining and increasing their skills to problem solve, strategize, and collaborate around issues they are passion about changing through their careers. Preparing students to enter the workforce with practical experience and providing leadership training to current professionals, increases the effectiveness of the social sector and enhances efforts for lasting social change.
We provide strategic resources to increase the effectiveness, knowledge and capacity of individuals, groups and organizations leading mission driven work and entrepreneurial ventures.