Leading a Collaborative Cross-sector Project
Solving complex problems within a community and finding sustainable large-scale solutions requires a clearly defined goal and the coordination of efforts and resources that span across many sectors and agencies. Leading a Collaborative Cross-sector Project will outline the skills and attributes that make this work successful, and will draw upon local projects that are now bringing innovative health care models to over 24,000 underserved children annually in our community.
Participants will be able to:
Identify and understand the skills and attributes required to lead a cross-sector collaborative project
Reference current collaborative projects in our community addressing children’s health and the processes deployed for success
Apply knowledge gained and lessons learned to collaborative projects and learning
Jeanee Weiss Biography:
Over the last 20+ years, I have developed a “kaleidoscope” career that has spanned the sectors of health care, education and nonprofit. Drawing upon my medley of experience and talents, I am now President of ThriveVentures LLC, a consulting agency that supports nonprofit organizations and communities working to ensure all children and families are able to thrive. Through this work, I developed a broad awareness of the child well-being landscape and its intersecting systems; allowing me to help create new multi-sector collaboratives in our community focused on children and families. Today, those collaborative efforts in primary care, oral health care, and vision care are reaching over 24,000 children annually through new, innovative care delivery models.
I earned my Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas-El Paso in Kinesiology and minored in Education. After a career as a Certified Athletic Trainer, followed by thirteen years in secondary education in Houston, TX and Omaha, I completed my first master’s degree in K-12 Educational Administration, and more recently my Master’s in Business Administration, both from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Today, I serve on the Douglas County Board of Health, volunteer as a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters, and lead a support group for NICU parents at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center. I live in Omaha with my husband Eric and seven-year-old daughter Rowen, a second-grader at Crestridge Elementary.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Online registration for monthly luncheon events will remain open and not close so you can now register day of the event and at the event. The registration price increases to $25 after 5:00 pm CT on the day before the luncheon event.
11:00 – 11:30 am: Registration, Networking & Lunch
11:30 – 11:40 am: Announcements & Recognition
11:40 – 12:40 pm: Presentation: Leading a Collaborative Cross-sector Project
PDU Claim Submission: Chapter will submit PDUs
PDUs: 1 - Leadership
Costs: $20.00 if pre-register prior to event day (members and non-members). $25.00 day of event for all walk-ins (members and non-members).
Pre-registration pricing Expires: 3/12/19 5:00 PM
Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel your registration, please contact VP Finance.
Scott Conference Center
6450 Pine Street
Omaha, NE 68106
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|Event End Date||03-13-2019|
|Registration Start Date||02-04-2019|
|Cut off date||03-13-2019|
|Location||Scott Conference Center (UNO)|