Volume 11 | Winter 2021
Forage Center News
Welcome to Forage Center News! You are receiving this newsletter because you are either an alum of a Forage Center program or a supporter of our work. Thank you for taking time to read our newsletter! We don't want to overload your inbox but rather provide you with information and news four times a year about our efforts, as well as update you on issues related to the fields of humanitarian assistance and peacebuilding. We want this newsletter to directly benefit you as you advance your career or support humanitarian work. If you have suggestions about how to improve this newsletter, please let us know! If you would rather not get this newsletter, just "unsubscribe" at the bottom of his message.
Forage Center Conversations
The Forage Center will be continuing our Forage Center Conversations in the new year. The next will be held on Friday, February 12, 2021. It will take place by Zoom 3-4 p.m. ET.

In "Emergency Management - A Leadership Career Path for Women: Challenges and Opportunities" Chelsea Cornwell will host panelists Anna Feigum and Shayle Sabo in a reflection upon their experiences building careers as women in the field of emergency management.

Panelists will discuss how their training within a theoretical framework of disaster resiliency has impacted their perspective and approach to addressing the multi-faceted challenges of crisis management. 

If you are interested in a career in emergency management or humanitarian assistance, please join us.
Resuming "Face-to-Face" Programs in 2021

With the covid-19 vaccine now being administered, the Forage Center anticipates holding a "face-to-face" program in Swanton, Maryland USA in fall 2021. Check our webpage for more information or contact Catherine Cousar.
Forage Center Profile
Chelsea Cornwell

Every newsletter features a Forage Center alum, staff or board member, or role player. For this newsletter, we are featuring Chelsea Cornwell, a Forage Center Program Specialist (Education & Training).
Support the Forage Center
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The Newsfeed
Recent Articles on Humanitarian Work that Caught Our Attention

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