The Minnesota Alliance on Crime (MAC) is convening online regional meetings in spring 2021 for our members throughout the state. These FREE meetings are an excellent opportunity for you to discuss emerging issues in your community and to learn more about what’s happening in other regions of the state and at MAC.
This April’s regional meetings will also include a focused discussion on how we can intentionally use an anti-racist lens in our work so that we can best serve all victims of crime. This conversation will be facilitated by Julie Richards.
About Julie Richards
Inquire, Decipher, Progress
We are thrilled to welcome Julie Richards back to MAC! Julie brings nearly twenty years of leadership, curriculum design, staff training/development, and program implementation through evaluation to conversations rooted in equitable family and youth development. Professional experiences across juvenile justice, children’s mental health, and public and private education have given Julie the comprehensive lens necessary to help organizations create equitable and sustainable programming. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Howard University in English and secondary education. Julie also has a master’s degree in education policy, organization and leadership with a focus on diversity and equity from University of Illinois, Champagne-Urbana.
All MAC members are welcome to join us at the Twin Cities Regional Membership Meeting.