Center for Jackson Hole board member Mickey Fearn has been a public servant, parks, recreation, and conservation professional for over 50 years. His efforts with the National Park Service, where he served as Deputy Director for Communications and Community Assistance (2008-2013), and the City of Seattle, where he managed the creative energy of its 10,000-employee workforce, have placed him at the forefront of efforts to transform inclusionary public engagement, end racism and create equity.
In this special workshop, Mr. Fearn, in conjunction with 2019 Emerging Leaders Program participants Madison McCoy and Joe Fairbanks, will lead us through the challenges and strategies at the heart of constructive dialogue and conflict resolution.
The workshop, part of The 2019 SHIFT Festival, is free to SHIFT All-Festival Pass holders and $50 to the public.
Tickets for the workshop may be purchased here.