CFLE Conversations: One-Hour Online Networking Sessions

September 29, 2021 1:00pm - October 27, 2021 2:00pm
CT
Free for CFLEs
Location
Online via Zoom

All active Certified Family Life Educators (CFLEs) are invited to attend a series of one-hour online networking sessions that will provide an opportunity for CFLEs who work in specific areas (healthcare, military, Extension, early childhood, hospice, schools, adoption/foster care, aging services, parenting education, and more), to connect with each other. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss challenges and successes and to share ideas, tips, and advice.

These events are free to all current CFLEs. Each session is led by a facilitator and the format will be open discussion. The meetings are not recorded.

If you are interested in meeting with other CFLEs working in your area, and/or would like to be a session facilitator, contact Dawn Cassidy at [email protected].

Spots will be limited. See below for upcoming dates and topics.

Community Partnerships
Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021, 1:00 – 2:00 pm CDT

CLFEs working in Substance Abuse Prevention
Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021, 1:00 – 2:00 pm CDT

 

The CFLE credential, provided by NCFR is recognized in the U.S. and Canada as a professional standard for Family Life Education professions. Learn about the benefits of certification.

 

Community Partnerships

Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021, 1:00 – 2:00 pm CDT
Register for session (you may be prompted to login)

Joyce Mayberry

Facilitator: Joyce Mayberry, M.S., CFLE
Georgia Center for Opportunity
https://georgiaopportunity.org/

As participants learned at our recent FLE Summit, “collaboration is the key to unlocking family well-being.” This CFLE Conversation session will provide the opportunity to connect with fellow CFLEs who have experience collaborating with community partners. There will also be time for those interested in sharing their ideas and challenges.

Joyce Mayberry is vice president of family for the Georgia Center for Opportunity (GCO), where she seeks out partnerships and raises awareness about GCO’s resources and how those resources can equip and empower audiences. Joyce’s past experience includes work in the information technology sector, including as a trainer, PC repair tech, and helpdesk manager. In these roles, Joyce developed expertise in operations, administration, technical support, and facilitation.

As a program director for a relationship education initiative, Joyce worked in the community and added the additional skills of community collaboration, event planning, and community outreach. She also developed a passion for helping others develop healthy relationships, which led her to become a volunteer for groups promoting healthy relationships as well.

 

 

CFLEs working in Substance Abuse Prevention

Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021, 1:00 – 2:00 pm CDT
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Markell Kunzelman

Facilitator: Markell Kunzelman, B.A. CFLE-P
TrueNorth Wellness Services
https://www.truenorthwellness.org/

Markell Kunzelman has been a CFLE (provisional) since she graduated from Messiah University in 2017 with a degree in Human Development and Family Science. She has held the role of Prevention Specialist at TrueNorth Wellness Services for four years. In her position she works to provide substance abuse prevention programs to children in elementary and middle schools in south central Pennsylvania.