Sunday, March 22 – 2:00 pm through Monday, March 23, 2020 – 12:00 noon
Roslyn Retreat Center
8727 River Road
Richmond, VA 23229
***One overnight, dinner and breakfast***
**Double rooms only**
Relational-Cultural Theory: Voice to Voice (Holman) and Communities of Practice in ACPE (Higgins)
| 2:00 - Gathering
|| 8:00 - Breakfast
| 2:30 - Plenary
|| 8:45 - 1st Presentation
| 5:30 - Dinner
|| 10:00 - 2nd Presentation
| 7:00 - Q&A from Plenary
|| 11:30 - Adjourn
| 8:30 - Social Time
These sessions will include a presentation on a supervisory theory by Anastasia Holman, IU-Health, Indianapolis; and by Katherine Higgins, Director of Community Practice, ACPE.
The Rev. Katherine Higgins is an ACPE Certified Educator and Teaching Elder in the Presbyterian Church (USA). She served as an ACPE Educator at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and UNC Hospitals before going to work at ACPE two and a half years ago. Katherine currently serves ACPE as Director of Communities of Practice. Katherine is a graduate of Oberlin College and Union Theological Seminary in New York City, and she is currently working on a PhD in Adult Education at North Carolina State University.
The Rev. Anastasia Holman serves on the National Certification Commission for ACPE, and was part of the Transitional Team that shepherded us through changing from regions to zones and Communities of Practice. More biographical info will follow soon.
Community of Practice Covener: Stephen K. Goss, with help from Brandy McMurry and Leslie Nambo.
*There will be multiple slots for student presentations at each hour, usually for 9 or 10 students. Contact Brandy McMurry to present.