We’re Building Back Stronger With 100% Power Hours
NMSU Cooperative Extension’s 100% New Mexico initiative provides 100% Power Hour webinar series to address the root causes of poverty and resourced communities that can lead to child maltreatment, food insecurity, health care inequity and lack of employment.
The 100% Power Hour webinar series is now offered quarterly to provide county stakeholders, elected officials and family-service providers with an overview of how the 100% New Mexico initiative is working.
All New Mexicans are invited to join the seven 100% Power Hours hosted by myself, Dr. Katherine Ortega Courtney, and Dominic Cappello. We are the co-directors of the Anna, Age Eight Institute and co-authors of 100% Community and Anna, Age Eight. The 100% Power Hours guide 100% New Mexico participants through the 100% New Mexico initiative’s seven step process.
100% Power Hour webinars include:
- Engaging in Change
- Partnerships for Change
- Programming for Change
- Assessing the Need for Change
- Planning for Change
- Acting as a Change Agent
- Evaluating Change
Webinar participants engage with new initiative participants and innovators from across the state to share successes, solve local challenges and network with other change agents and problem-solvers.
Change agents committed to childhood safety, family health and public education, are encouraged to become part of a groundbreaking 100% New Mexico initiative as New Mexico demonstrates to the 49 other states how to create truly family-friendly and well-resourced communities across a city and county.
100% New Mexico is reinventing the field of trauma prevention and community health, empowering local stakeholders through a data-driven, collaborative and technology-infused strategy to ensure 100% of children and families can thrive.
Our 100% Power Hour is designed to empower every participant, providing answers to all the questions related to strengthening a countywide system of care and safety. We are here to serve every county, city and community in New Mexico and provide the insights to local change agents in order to turn barriers to vital services into opportunities for creating access.