Design is everything — so how do we deepen its impact to create more equitable workplaces and communities for women in Nebraska?
Free and open to all genders and fields of work, this four-part workshop series partners with community leaders in women’s rights to confront four different challenges women face. Using design thinking and social ecology theory, you’ll address these dilemmas with a small team you’ve never met, limited resources, and additional problems thrown in along the way, emerging with a greater perspective on how to create gender equity in Nebraska and beyond.
Cash donations to WCA Omaha or supplies will be accepted at the door. Greatest needs include diapers, pull-ups, formula, wipes, women's clothing, luggage, backpacks, totes, socks, new undergarments, deodorant, shampoo, no-perishable microwave meals, and non-perishable snacks.
To provide space for effective dialogue and takeaways, this workshop is limited to 30 spots.
About AIGA Nebraska
AIGA advances design as a professional craft, strategic advantage and vital cultural force. As the largest community of design advocates, we bring together practitioners, enthusiasts, and patrons to amplify the voice of design and create the vision for a collective future. We define global standards and ethical practices, guide design education, enhance professional development, and make powerful tools and resources accessible to all.
About WCA Omaha
For more than a century, the WCA has led Omaha in serving the critical needs of domestic violence and sexual assault victims. The WCA’s multi-faceted approach provides vital services including, but not limited to, the Omaha Metropolitan area’s domestic violence and sexual assault crisis hotline, advocacy, individualized case management, pro bono legal services, therapy, peer-led support groups, self sufficiency and career programs.
Questions? Contact Molly Misek at email@example.com.