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Our Leadership

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Round Two

Gabrielle Hawkins-Stewart

Building a Region of Resilience NWGA

Gabrielle Stewart, BA is a technical assistance provider focused on incorporating best practices in equity, diversity in technical assistance to non-profit and community organizations.  She guides organizations and collaborative entities in strategic planning, implementation, and evaluation, utilizing sound governance practices and adjusting systems to be poverty- and/or trauma-competent. As a practitioner of Trust-Based Relational Intervention, she combines a 17-year history of non-profit leadership with a deep understanding of race-equity, relationship building and collective impact strategies to assist organizations in incorporating the voice of all stakeholders in decision-making. Her passion is leveraging her experience to help organizations improve life outcomes for children impacted by trauma, breaking cycles of generational poverty. Her collective impact experience includes work with the Georgia Family Connection Partnership, the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power and Potential (GCAPP) Second Change Homes Network, the Public Private Partnership to Prevent Teen Pregnancy (GCAPP’s P3), The Atlanta Girl Serving Agencies Collaborative, the Fulton Co. Council on Youth and Family, and the Cobb Community Collaborative. Her experience is coupled with formal training from the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development, the Georgia Center for Nonprofits, United Way Worldwide, board service and volunteerism.

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