Joy Boe
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Please share something about yourself, your work, and what draws you to the Inclusion Network online community.
My career in this arena happened accidentally when a friend brought me to an art show held at a day program in my neighborhood (at that time). My experience that night triggered a desire to learn more about community inclusion and I began volunteering, and eventually working there as a Gallery Manager/ job coach/ vocational skills instructor. 5 years later I am now a Supported Living Coordinator at a smaller, grassroots agency that completely supports and challenges my beliefs. I am looking to expand my network beyond San Diego.
Personally, I am also invested in women's rights, cats, photography and I like making things.
What would you like to contribute to this community? What would you like to receive?
I would like to discover more of my own gifts so that I can share them with others and in turn, meet new friends who help shape me into a better person.
How did you hear about this community?
I am a Coordinator with Life Works, Supported Living Services and Beth Gallagher is gracious enough to invite her team of Coordinators to attend what sounds like an awesome summer conference!
What are some of the questions you'd like to explore, or conversations you'd like to have with others in this community?
I would like to talk to people about how they stay "professional" when dealing with people who may still view others as "less than"
I am interested in learning how to approach others because I can be guarded when meeting new people
I would love to discover some new tools to keep employees motivated and prolong the time between feeling burnt out
I would like to find my niche!

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A Joyful Procession: How to Stay Upbeat in Social Services

Posted on June 11, 2012 at 2:39pm 0 Comments

In 2008 I went to New Orleans to volunteer with a non-profit called V-day founded by the feminist writer and performer Eve Ensler. The event was titled V10, which celebrated ten years of international activism to end violence against women and girls. The organization chose to spotlight New Orleans for the celebration, honoring it’s strength and resilience following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

That weekend, with the help of about 800 volunteers like myself,…


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At 12:54pm on March 16, 2015, FRANK KWABENA said…

Good Day,

How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:( ) for the full details.

Have a nice day

Thanks God bless.

Mr Frank.

At 4:51am on July 16, 2012, Linda Keys said…



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