Collaboration; noun, the action of working with someone to produce or create something
The Junior League of Monmouth County is thrilled to present a half-day workshop specifically designed to help Monmouth County leaders take action and collaborate!
Building on the success of CoLAB 2019 and 2020, CoLAB 2022 will create a platform for Monmouth and Ocean County nonprofit leaders, small business owners and change makers to focus on driving collaboration for the elimination of period poverty.
8:00 Check In Opens
8:30 Summit Welcome
Alexandra McMenamy, President Junior League of Monmouth County
8:45 Changing the Cycle: Ending Period Poverty in Monmouth County
Moderator: Kim Guadagno, Executive Director, Mercy Center; Former First Lt. Governor, State of New Jersey
Anjali Mehrotra, President, NOW New Jersey
Dr. Brian Roper, MD, Internal Medicine Specialist
10:15 It’s Time for Period Equity in America
Joanne Samuel Goldblum, CEO, The National Diaper Bank Network; Founder, Alliance for Period Supplies; Co-Author Broke in America: Seeing, Understanding, and Ending U.S. Poverty
10:45 Network Break
11:00 Junior League in Action
Morgan Gaynor, Community Council Director, Junior League of Monmouth County; Member at Large, Junior Leagues of New Jersey; Director, STAAR Ovarian Cancer Foundation
11:15 Period Poverty Solution Accelerator
12:00 Senator Vin Gopal, New Jersey Senate, Legislative District 11
12:20 Why Period Education Matters
Dr. Amber Robins, MD, MBA, Founder of SANXTUARY MD
12:40 CoLAB Closing Remarks
Attendees can mingle and network in the space until 1:00
Tickets are $35/person, but early birds get special pricing of $25 if they buy tickets by March 14, 2022! Register 5+ people for $20 per ticket or 10+ people for $18 each.
CoLAB 2022 will be a hybrid event with in-person attendees at Bell Works in Holmdel, NJ and virtually on Zoom. Both will require pre-registration.
Face masks are currently strongly recommended for both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals in indoor settings where there is increased risk in NJ. For more information on state-issued COVID-19 guidelines, visit covid19.nj.gov.
Absolutely! We will have donation boxes on site to collect individually wrapped pads, liners, tampons, and wipes, etc. If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nonprofit Executive Directors, Board Members, Development Directors, Elected Officials, Community Leaders, Business Owners… ALL Community Change-Makers!
Casual. We want all attendees to be relaxed and comfortable, ready to learn, network, and be creative!
Yes! We will have light breakfast fare, coffee, and snacks! There are great places to grab something food in Bell Works, too.
CoLAB is at Bell Works 101 Crawford Corner Rd, Holmdel, NJ 07733
Yes, we will share contact information of those that have opted-in after the event.
Yes, we encourage teams to attend. The conference will have connecting and networking sessions; a great opportunity for a team to cover it all. Please register each attendee’s name separately. Ticket discounts are available for large groups. Register 5+ people for $20 per ticket or 10+ people for $18 each.
The Junior League of Monmouth County, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving our community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
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