How to Bring Healing-Centered Engagement to Your Out-of-School Time Program

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

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11:00AM - 5:00PM
$150 per person - includes lunch and all materials

Presenters: Lee Porscha Moore, Ed.D., LCSW, Senior Trainer; Marquis Engle, Senior Trainer, Flourish Agenda, Oakland, CA

This session will focus on Healing-Centered Engagement strategies for after school, expanded learning, and out-of-school time professionals including what Healing-Centered Engagement is, why it’s important, and how to implement it. These strategies have been cultivated from over 30 years of conducting camps for youth of color and research from Dr. Shawn Ginwright, Flourish Agenda’s CEO. Join us for a session full of Healing and Inspiration.

Flourish Agenda is a national nonprofit consulting firm that works with youth of color, schools, youth-serving organizations, foundations, and local governments to build and implement strategies that allow young people to flourish.

Visit Flourish Agenda here. 


Dr. Lee Porscha Moore roundDr. Lee Porscha Moore (she/her/ella)
Dr. Lee Porscha Moore is a fun-loving lifelong learner committed to walking with children, youth, and families as they reconnect with their inner superhero. Porscha lives in her intersectionality and navigates this world as a Black cisgender woman. Outside of facilitating and guiding trainings, Porscha juggles many hats, which include her role as Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing individual & group therapy and as a college instructor at various CSU, Private, and community colleges throughout the Bay area. Porscha is a proud first-generation college graduate who has earned a bachelor's in psychology from California State University San Bernardino, two master's degrees in Social Work with an emphasis in community mental health, and Communications from Cal State East Bay, and a doctorate in Education from San Francisco State University. Porscha communicates through laughter and sarcasm, as she challenges those she works with and serves to never stop challenging the status quo.  

Porscha seeks to fulfill her granny’s dream and honor her memory by unpacking and deconstructing the oppressive systems that hurt families and communities. Porscha heals through laughter and will always invite you in to experience laughter and joy through the pain. 

Marquis Engle roundMarquis Engle 
Marquis Engle is a dynamic Artist who uses a plethora of mediums to tell stories of strength and courage in a creative way. He graduated from the Cleveland School of the Arts in 2009 with six consecutive years of expertise in Visual Arts. Marquis furthered his education at Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD), a Private Arts College in Columbus, Ohio. It was there that Engle lasered his focus to Fashion Design and Social Activism to advocate for those like himself who live with HIV. 

Having served as Program Director for one of San Francisco's oldest Black Led institutions, Booker T. Washington Community Service Center for the last 5 years Engles’ focus is now on enriching the lives of youth, young adults and the Leaders that work with them. Engles’ influence reaches across America from Ohio, throughout the Midwest, New York, and the Bay area, where he currently resides. Although on a break, Engle continues to create with his activism and has been featured in a six-page centerfold spread for “The Columbus Book Project” which highlights the best of Columbus Ohio. Engle was invited to give the keynote at TEDx Moreau Catholic High in Hayward California and shortly after receiving the coveted opportunity to share his story with Toastmasters Tv. His work has been acknowledged by The Golden Gate Parks Conservancy in addition to being honored in their "Annual Report To The Community" which afforded him the opportunity to become the Face for Crissy Fields' “What's Next” Campaign. 

Engle’s intent is to use his voice, vulnerability, and vocabulary in an impeccable way to share narratives of strength and courage. Heart and compassion are the vehicles through which he demonstrates that we are all One. 


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