March 3, 2021 • Third Third Journal, Webinar
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This webinar was sponsored by Fuller’s De Pree Center and was recorded on Monday, March 15th, 2021 at 10AM (PT) via Zoom. You can watch the YouTube recording now.
If you’re in the third third of life, you want to make a difference that matters. You want to serve others, to make the world a better place. Increasingly, this is happening through intergenerational collaboration. As people in the third third of life invest in young people, transformation happens for those who receive and those who invest. Moreover, communities are being renewed as folks from different generations share in life, learning, and work together.
The De Pree Center is excited to host a webinar with three people who are doing innovative work bringing generations together. Their vision is moving and their stories uplifting. Mark Roberts will be interviewing Eunice Lin Nichols, Raymond Jetson, and Sherreta Harrison. As you learn about their intergenerational efforts, you’ll be inspired to think in new ways about the difference you can make in the lives of others . . . and in your own life as well.
About Our Speakers
Eunice Lin Nichols is obsessed with bringing older and younger generations together to solve society’s greatest challenges, creating a better future for all. She is Vice President, Innovation at Encore.org and led the team that developed and launched Generation to Generation (Gen2Gen), an initiative to mobilize 1 million adults 50+ to help young people thrive. Eunice has been recognized as a Next Avenue Influencer in Aging and is a graduate of the inaugural class of the Billions Institute Fellowship for Large-Scale Change. In 2019, she received the James Irvine Foundation Leadership Award for advancing innovative and effective solutions to California’s most significant issues.
Raymond A. Jetson is the catalytic force that has powered the evolution of the innovative social enterprise, MetroMorphosis. After completing a two-year fellowship at the Advanced Leadership Initiative at Harvard University in 2011, he set about the business of creating a different approach to community change. Raymond has a rich history of public service and impacting people, including 15 years as a Louisiana state representative and 23 years as pastor of the Star Hill Church in Baton Rouge. Ray sees intergenerational collaboration as essential to building transformed communities and is key partner to Encore.org.
Sherreta Harrison, a self-proclaimed nonprofit warrior, is doing her part to make the world a better place. Combining years of experience in teaching, training and personal development, Sherreta serves as the Sustainability Catalyst for MetroMorphosis, a social change agency focused on mobilizing others to enact systems change. At MetroMorphosis she explores the intersection of organizational leadership, legacy building, and community change. With her passion for intergenerational connection and collaboration, Sherreta was a 2020 Gen2Gen Innovation Fellow.
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Dr. Mark D. Roberts is the Executive Director of Fuller’s Max De Pree Center for Leadership, where he is the principal writer of Life for Leaders and the program lead of the Third Third Initiative. Previously, Mark was the senior pastor of a church in Southern California and the Senior Director of Laity Lodge in Texas. Mark has written eight books, dozens of articles, and over 2,000 devotions that help people discover the difference God makes in their daily life and leadership. With a Ph.D. in New Testament from Harvard, Mark has taught at Fuller Seminary, most recently in his D.Min. cohort on “Faith, Work, Economics, and Vocation.” Mark is married to Linda, a marriage and family counselor, spiritual director, and executive coach. Their two grown children are educators on the high school and college level.
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