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Writing Works | Mentor Midyear Training: Reconnect and Restore
January 19 – 5:00 pm – 7:15 pm EST
Mentor Midyear Training: Reconnect and Restore
Wednesday, January 19
5-7:15 PM ET
Open only to Writing Works mentors
Come bond with your fellow mentors at the Writing Works Mentor Midyear Training while taking a deeper dive into Wellness & DEI. Exchange valuable tips with each other to strengthen your pair relationship and realign on program requirements.
You won’t want to miss this awesome opportunity to get to know one another better!
Meet the Teaching Artists
Sheena Daree Miller (she/they) is a writer based between Brooklyn and South Florida. Her writing has been published, or is forthcoming, in Ms. Magazine, The Rumpus, Zone 3 Press, Split Lip Magazine, Autostraddle, Taco Bell Quarterly and elsewhere. Their writing has graciously been supported by The Seventh Wave, Aspen Words, Columbia Journalism School, and St. Nell’s Humor Writing Residency for Ladies. Sheena was a 2021 Margolis Award finalist and the recipient of the Dave Family Humor Studies Award. In her faculty development role at The New School, she facilitates workshops and develops resources to support both new and returning instructors in teaching for equity and inclusion. She is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advisor for Girls Write Now.
Emily Green, Psy.D. is a Clinical Psychologist practicing in Washington, DC. She graduated from Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology (Yeshiva University) with her doctoral degree in 2017 and has been working in a range of community-based and specialized settings since that time. Dr. Green is currently working at the Metropolitan Police Employee Assistance Program, a counseling center that serves members of the local DC police and their families. Dr. Green enjoys the richness and complexity of working with a diverse group of people who deal with a range of clinical and psychosocial issues and approaches the work with both a trauma- informed and positive psychology perspective. Dr. Green has previously written a blog on her own psychological insights for Psychology Today. She enjoys reading, toggling back and forth between novels and nonfiction. Despite being a self-proclaimed dog person, she is head over heels for her spunky cat Nellie who she found in her backyard in Brooklyn 6 years ago.
THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO:Writing Works Mentors
Writing Works Mentees: required to attend one Writing Works workshop per month
Writing Works Mentors: required to attend one craft Writing Works workshop every other month
Writing 360 Mentees & Publishing 360 Mentees: all Writing Works workshops are optional
You will receive a Zoom confirmation email within five minutes of submitting your registration. See you soon!