Over the last couple of years, I worked on setting the building blocks for Aspiration's emerging Facilitative Leadership Program. Facilitative leadership means leading in ways that helps others claim their own power, agency and leadership. At Aspiration, I learned that supporting and investing in the leadership of others is key to strengthening our movements for justice. As such, the Facilitative Leadership Program centers on creating collaborative peer-learning cohorts for emerging leaders to connect, share practices, and strengthen their own facilitative leadership skills.
Our 16th annual Nonprofit Software Development Summit in Oakland, California will be taking place on November 6-8.
This three-day gathering is designed for everyone from passionate grassroots activists to radical software developers. It brings together participants from around the world to collaborate, share knowledge, build relationships, and collectively envision the future of free and open technology to support social justice efforts and movement building.