In June 2019 the Community Café Collaborative was invited to provide graphic recording and harvesting for the Seattle Foundation’s Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N) Annual Grantee Convening. Read the summary report compiled by Amber Huffstickler here.
On Monday, June 17th 2019, I was welcomed by the Hispanic Roundtable’s Board of Directors to provide live graphic recording at their 2nd Annual Latinx Community Summit. Having set up my recording to the side of the podium, I realized
The Community Café practice uses the Appreciative Inquiry process to listen, plan, grow and sustain vitality to work that strengthens families. This process allows for time to people to contribute their personal stories as a way of growing collective wisdom.