First, Rockwood is hiring! Join a passionate, joyful team & help us bring our programs to leaders all over the world as our new Senior Public Programs Manager. Learn more on our Jobs page.
Second, we are proud to announce the official launch of the Interdependence Campaign. As a leader, you know that tenacity, courage, and heart are needed to lead through uncertain times. But most of all, to thrive in this moment and shape the world that will follow, we need interdependence.
So far, we’ve raised $180,800. You can help us fill the gap and reach our $250,000 goal. Your investment will allow us to continue offering dynamic, accessible programming that extends Rockwood’s magic to even more leaders with new trainings like tuition-free offerings for Black leaders, the Virtual Art of Leadership, the Art of Navigating Change, and much more.
Invest in the future of Rockwood and future generations of paradigm-shifting movement leaders:
Alums in the News
- Marvin K. White presented “The Holy Ghost in the Machine: Digital/Spiritual Storytelling in the Time of COVID-19” with The Lab
- Raquel Willis, Opal Tometi, and Alicia Garza were featured in “When Black Women Lead, We All Win: 10 Inspiring Leaders Show Us The Way” in Forbes
- Taifa Butler was part of the panel for “Educational Disparities And The Unequal Burden,” a virtual discussion hosted by the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
- Kierra Johnson, Andrea Jenkins, and Alicia Garza were all part of the “Women take The Stage” virtual concert
- Greisa Martinez Rosas was named Executive Director of United We Dream and United We Dream Action
- Solomé Lemma was interviewed by Social Sector Accelerator
- George Goehl and People’s Action launched a documentary series “To See Each Other”
- Andrea Jenkins and Raquel Willis were featured in “True Stories About The Great Fire” in Vanity Fair
- Alicia Garza was a guest on the podcast Lovett Or Leave It, and talked about the slogan “defund the police” on Axios
- angel Kyodo Williams wrote “Your Liberation Is on the Line” for Lion’s Roar Magazine
- Becky Pringle was named President of the National Education Association
- Ellen Friedman and Pia Infante, with Glen Galaich, wrote “There Is No Better Time Than Now for Philanthropy to Spend Itself Out of Existence”
- Opal Tometi and Alicia Garza, with Patrisse Cullors, were featured in the photo portfolio “You Said Hope” in Vanity Fair
- Jessica Gonzalez-Rojas was the subject of an article in Vogue
- adrienne maree brown was a guest on Prentis Hemphill’s podcast Finding Our Way
- Pramila Jayapal was featured in “Former Organizers Drive Change As Elected Officials” by NCRP
- Rashad Robinson, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi were all featured in USA Today’s “Leaders Of Change” list
- Cristina Jiménez Moreta, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi were included on USA Today’s list of Women of the Century
News & Inspiration
- “How To lead When You’re Afraid” by Michelle Kim
- “What It Means to Center ‘Healing Justice’ in Wellness,” an interview with Black Emotional and Mental Health (BEAM) Collective founder Yolo Akili Robinson
- “To Everyone Who’s Just Barely Holding It Together” by Hanna Brooks Olsen
- New York, Oakland, Or Remote: Race Forward is seeking a Senior Director Of Strategic Communications And Public Engagement
- Austin, TX: Youth Rise Texas has an opening for a Development Director