You are invited to experience the power of coworking including: productive eavesdropping, positive collisions, and unanticipated connections. Join your colleagues from Jewish organizations across San Diego and experience a day in the life of The Lawrence Family JCC – Jacobs Family Campus.
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Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center – Jacobs Family Campus
4126 Executive Drive La Jolla, California 92037
Introducing Brain Dates to JPro Coworking Days!
Brain Dates are an opportunity to meet one-on-one with a JPro member or topic area specialists to support you! Each coworking day we will highlight a member of our community ranging in topics from: finance, marketing, social media, fundraising, community engagement, and more. If you are interested in a 30-minute Brain Date, simply check the box below and you will receive a confirmation with your scheduled time.
Our next Brain Date guest is founding CEO of Ta’amod: Stand Up!, Nicole Nevarez. As a social entrepreneur, coach and non-profit leader, Nicole has a specific lens and body of expertise on all things “work.” Drop in to chat with her about anything on your mind related to professional development, leadership, workplace dynamics, or organizational culture.
Nicole Nevarez “helps things run better.” Be it organizational culture and functionality, personal or professional development or group dynamics, Nicole offers guidance, feedback and tools to move people and processes forward. Nicole is an entrepreneur, trainer, facilitator, coach and Educator. Currently as founding CEO of Ta’amod, she leads a multi-pronged initiative dedicated to fostering safety, equity, accountability and holistically well culture in Jewish communal workplaces. Previous to her current role, Nicole served as New York Director for Moving Traditions, a national organization that applies a gender and Jewish lens to engage and empower healthy teens. Nicole has held multiple leadership and professional lead roles for local and National Jewish organizations and nonprofit NYC theaters. She is a graduate of the UpStart Venture Accelerator program and sits on the board of the San Diego Center for Jewish Culture, at the Lawrence Family JCC.
In her personal practice, Nicole provides independent consulting and coaching to individuals and mission-critical organizations to support them in reflecting their values in action. A longtime educator, facilitator and spiritual seeker, Nicole combines her experience in theater with her years of teaching adolescents, facilitating groups, coaching and leading empowerment programs to develop and deliver dynamic and accessible content on a myriad of topics and with varied interactive modalities. Nicole believes that when we do the work to reflect on ourselves and our organizations, we have the power to impact deep systemic change. After 40+ years in NY, as of 2020 Nicole lives in San Diego, CA with her partner, Rabbi Jason Nevarez their two children and Sadie the dog.