On March 9th Habitat Kent hosted a lunch dialogue on embracing justice in your organizational strategy. The goal was to create an inclusive space for community members and friends of Habitat to discuss how justice can be incorporated into the work that we do, no matter if it’s in ministry, nonprofits, or the corporate world. The dialogue was helmed by three panelists: Kenyatta Brame Executive Vice President of Cascade Engineering, Roberto Torres, Executive Director of the Hispanic Center of West Michigan, and Reverend Doriane Parker-Sims of Kingdom Life Ministries.
Kenyatta Brame of Cascade Engineering.
Attendees packed one of the conference rooms at Habitat Kent's main office.
Reverend Doriane Parker-Sims of Kingdom Life Ministries and the Deborah Project.
(From left to right) Roberto Torres, Habitat Kent Executive Director Bri McKee, Rev. Parker-Sims, and Kenyatta Brame.