Annual Keystone Awards Luncheon

Tuesday, November 16, 2021, Noon to 2 p.m.

$30 for members | $40 for nonmembers | $15 for students

If it’s one thing we all need after the past couple of years, it’s the chance to celebrate and connect together!

Consider joining us for our in-person annual awards event on Tuesday, November 16, to honor our chapter’s Keystone Awards winners.

With dozens of categories from internal communications to digital campaigns, you’re sure to learn about fantastic work and meet many quality professionals from the area.

The event includes lunch as well as a professional speaker, who will discuss leading and providing value to our organizations and commitments by being our full, authentic selves.

Winners will receive their physical awards that day, and we will have a professional photographer present to take photos of those receiving each award.

Please join us for our annual awards event:

Date: Tuesday, November 16

Time: Noon to 2 p.m.

Location: National Civil War Museum

Featured Speaker: Dr. Amber M. Sessoms

Dr. Amber M. SessomsDr. Amber M. Sessoms is principal and founder of Natural Inclination LLC, where she supports courageous leaders in cultivating liberatory spaces for individuals to be their full, authentic selves.  To promote a culture of belonging, Amber utilizes her 3D Power Tools Framework to guide participants on a self-awareness journey to (re)examine the narratives that tell us different is bad or undesirable.  Amber intentionally centers the voices of minoritized children, parents, educators, and communities by inviting all participants to build capacity by embracing vulnerability through courageous conversations on justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI).

As a self-professed “perpetual toddler,” Amber invites participants to be in a constant state of compassionate curiosity to help them confirm and contest their ways of knowing, leading to liberation.  She is a nationally certified school psychologist and Penn State-trained doctorate-level adult educator, who has 19 years of experience within the educational and mental health sectors.  In 2021, Amber made history as the first person of color to receive the prestigious award of Pennsylvania School Psychologist of the Year by the Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania.

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