The Foundation is looking for new volunteers & Kelly Gaule begins her term as a board member.


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A brief communiqué from your Foundation for Self Leadership

In the midst of today's lingering crisis and intensified polarizations, reaching deep within us to awaken our innate wisdom and coping resilience has never been more essential. 

You may find the Foundation's diverse innervention offerings valuable. Sessions for parents and home-learning on Friday; core values for educators on Sunday... Join. Share.
Looking for New Volunteers 
Since its inception, the Foundation has depended on the generosity and dedication of community volunteers in a number of areas, from copy-editing and operational support to literature research and event planning. Much gratitude their way.

Interested in advancing emotional and relational healing through IFS research and advocacy? Consider volunteering. There is ample flexibility in the engagement--and from the comfort of your own physical space. Key benefits: making a meaningful contribution and collaborating closely with a wonderful team of associates.

Volunteers needed for:
  • Data Management, to help maintain and expand the Foundation's database (Good organizational skills - Ease with data - Detail-orientation & confidentiality)
  • Promotion of OUTLOOK, to help expand the reach of the IFS community's semi-annual magazine (Strong interpersonal skills - Creativity, resourcefulness & art of persuasion)
  • Communications Support, to implement strategy, provide news, and update copy for website and social media platforms. (Excellent creative or technical writing skills - Experience in navigating online spaces) 
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Welcoming Kelly Gaule, CAP
"We are delighted to welcome Kelly Gaule to our Board," affirmed Vicki McCoy, MA, Chair of the Foundation's Board of Directors. "She brings a wealth of expertise in helping organizations achieve their financial goals, along with the wisdom and compassion we associate with Self leadership." Kelly, who has served the Foundation and community as Senior Development Associate for two years, began her term as board member on May 1st.

She brings to her new role with the Foundation seasoned development experience as a fundraising and friend-raising advisor to nonprofits and a former director of development and marketing for a number of nonprofit and social-justice organizations.

When she was first introduced to notions of IFS and the work of the Foundation back in November of 2018, Kelly was "immediately struck by how simple the concept was – to change the world, we needed to look no further than ourselves." "Little did I know," she added, "I was about to begin a journey that has no end, just a continuous commitment to the health and well-being of Self." inspired by the work of men and women on the Board, Kelly welcomed having "a role in bringing health and healing through IFS to a broader group, especially the most vulnerable among us." 
Based in Massachusetts, USA, Kelly serves on nonprofit boards and actively contributes to social change.
Please stay safe and healthy, strong and hopeful.
OUTLOOK Shorts v4.2 | May 7, 2020 |
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