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2021/2020 NATIONAL 

National Training Events 2020 and 2021

NDAA/VCG Partnership
The AntiRacist Prosecutor: An Obligation to Act
Thursday, May 20
11:30am – 1:30pm ET

The AntiRacist Prosecutor II:
The Sequel – Strategies for Action

Thursday, June 10  
11:30am – 1:30pm ET

The AntiRacist Prosecutor III: Having the Hard Conversations Internally and Externally
Wednesday, September 8
11:30am – 1:30pm ET

Public Information Officer (PIO) and Elected Prosecutor Media Training​
Thursday & Friday, September 9 - 10 11:30am – 2:30pm ET

Understanding, Interrupting and Minimizing Conscious and Unconscious Bias​
Wednesday, November 10
11:30am – 2:30pm ET

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Successful Strategies for the Newly Elected or Appointed Prosecutor

I’m Newly Elected / Appointed - What Next?

Crafting an Organizational Plan for your Administration

Speakers: Susan Ryan and Jennifer Joyce

Wednesday, January 27, 2021   11:30am – 1:00pm ET

Redefining Leadership, Office Culture and Diversity

Speakers: Susan Ryan and Jennifer Joyce

Thursday, January 28, 2021   1:30pm – 3:00pm ET

Making Real Progress: A Prosecutor’s Guide to Short and Long-term Strategies for Fighting Bias in the Workplace

Speakers: Susan Ryan and Jennifer Joyce

Friday, January 29, 2021   1:00am – 2:15pm ET

New York Prosecutors Training Institute
August 12, 2020

National District Attorneys Association
August 26, 2020


Participant Feedback - 

"Virtual presentation worked flawlessly. I was impressed."

"I am no stranger to this topic, yet there were still several new ideas/approaches presented. This was a very engaging and enlightening presentation."


"Very informative and interactive. I really enjoyed learning from this course."


"Well thought out and respectful conversation about implicit bias. Good starting point on how to get people to start thinking of this subject and how to navigate it in the work place."

"BRAVO!!!! What an engaging, enlightening presentation. I’m no stranger to this topic, yet still I had many new takeaways from your talk. Your honesty and real-life experience really gave the conversation meaning.helped move the Thank you so much!"

Participant Feedback - 

"Fantastic.  Great content.  Great presentation."

"Please know I thought that was one of the best presentations I had seen and actually used your St. Louis Superman’s story about empathy/sympathy in a televised conversation about Race and Relations that was aired on our local ABC channel." 

"This was an excellent training.  It opened my eyes to the fallibility of some of my beliefs about my own responsibilities when it comes to systemic racism.  Thank you."


"It has amazed my mind the willingness of white people, specifically, to talk about racism.  For the longest time that hurt was just in Black people.  I am glad it is being talked about with respect and seeking of information/answers."


"Excellent job very powerful!!"

"This was one of the most engaging and thought-provoking presentations I've seen in a long time.

This was really great and the questions at the end were excellent!"

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