Lead from the Outside

Kate Arms and Christine Gautreaux lead a discussion of Lead from the Outside: How to Build Your Fiuture and Make Real Change by Stacey Abrams. We talk about having influence when you start with a disadvantage.

In Lead from the Outside: How to Build Your Fiuture and Make Real Change, Stacey Abrams shares her story and the tools she has used to build a movement for change as a black woman.

Special guest Christine Gautreaux brings her stories of having worked on campaigns led by Ms. Abrams to this discussion of the special challenges of leading change when you start with the deck stacked against you.

Listen in if you want to increase the imapct of underrepresented populations in organizations or communities.

Special Guest: Christine Gautreaux
Christine Gautreaux, MSW, is dedicated to the pursuit of play, joy, art & social justice.  Christine’s superpowers include connecting people, helping folks manifest their dreams, standing up against injustice, and using art to make a difference in the world.  She currently uses Interplay to address issues of oppression and racial justice with people living with severe and persistent mental illness or homelessness, women refugees, and women who are incarcerated.  Christine believes in the power of body wisdom and somatic play to help heal trauma. She also works with professional caregivers, activists and artists to maintain balance and self-care during these intense times we find ourselves living.  Christine holds a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Social Work and is a professional speaker, coach & author, and entrepreneur. Christine is the co-author of Stillpoint: A Caregivers Playbook and the co-host of the Women Connected in Wisdom Podcast.   

Find out more about Christine at her website:  https://www.christinegautreaux.com
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