In this webinar, participants will discuss the role of mentoring, how to mentor and what to consider as you start or build upon a mentoring program at your organization.
Presenter Deborah Jackson of Justice Resource Institute will speak about different mentoring models, guide dialogue on the logistics of mentorship and the benefits of creating a mentorship program.
This session is associated with our HR and Training Leaders Roundtable. If you are interested in joining these monthly discussions, please visit the event page here.
Deborah Jackson is a licensed clinical independent social worker who knows the importance of strength, compassion and humor to healing. She received her MSW from the University of Michigan and has over 18 years of experience working with adolescents and adults.
Deborah has worked at Justice Resource Institute for over 17 years and is currently the Associate Director of Training and Consultation. JRI is a multi-state human service organization with over 100 different programs. Deborah has provided trainings internally at JRI, externally in the community, and at regional and national therapeutic conferences.
In addition to her work at JRI she is also a lecturer at the University of Rhode Island in the undergraduate psychology department.