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Lightning Round: Inclusion

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Lightning Round: Inclusion

  1. 1. The Role of Professional Development in the Career Advancement of Women in Urban Forestry Kiley Barber kiley.barber@oregonstate.edu 1
  2. 2. What is Professional Development? “An opportunity to expand the collective capacity of organizational members to engage effectively in leadership roles and processes.” (Hopkins et al., 2008) 2
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  4. 4. Why is this important? Women in urban forestry and arboriculture: Experiences, barriers and strategies for leadership (Bardekjian et al., 2019) • Innovative look at women’s experiences • Little discussion of catalysts 4
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  6. 6. Direct Determinants of Leadership Outcomes of leadership Behaviors Knowledge, skill, and motivation (Shen & Joseph, 2021) 6
  7. 7. Types of Professional Development Mentorship Networking Continuing Professional Education 7
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  9. 9. 9 Interviews 6 interviewees from different employment sectors • Public (x2) • Private (x2) • Non-profit (x2)
  10. 10. Mentorship 10
  11. 11. Networking 11
  12. 12. Continuing Professional Education 12
  13. 13. Future Considerations Leadership research Women in urban forestry research Strategies to promote professional development 13
  14. 14. Thank you! Look for a publication about this study in late 2023. If you have further questions or comments, please reach out! Kiley Barber Oregon State University College of Forestry kiley.barber@oregonstate.edu 14
  15. 15. Women in Arboriculture Today: Climbing Through the Green Ceiling
  16. 16. Jean Zimmerman jcz@ix.netcom.com jeanzimmerman.com 914-564-6544 Upcoming book: Heartwood: The Epic Tale of America’s Forests and the Battle Over Their Fate Photo credits: Women’s Tree Climbing Workshop; American Forests; ISA Western Chapter Women in Arboriculture Climbing Workshop; Speak for the Trees, Boston
  17. 17. Hannah Gregory Senior Manager, Career Pathways November 17, 2022 How to Build a Pre-Employment Training Program That Works
  18. 18. 32 American Forests is the oldest national nonprofit conservation organization in the United States.
  19. 19. 33 Tree Equity Trees are vital to the health, wealth and climate resiliency A map of tree cover in cities is too often a map of income and race; We strive to create Tree Equity— trees in every part of every city.
  20. 20. Partnering to Expand the Urban Forestry Workforce 34 Tree Equity: Career Pathways
  21. 21. 35
  22. 22. Pre- Employment Programs Direct Placement What is Career Pathways?
  23. 23. 37 Pre-Employment Components Strong pathways to employer partners Approved training and curriculum based on industry standards Opportunity to earn industry- recognized credentials Hands-on learning and work experience with a career focus Access to supportive services and career counseling
  24. 24. Work Readiness Arboriculture (Hard) Skills Foundation for Success
  25. 25. Fundamental Skills Applications & Interviews Teamwork Success in the Workplace
  26. 26. Tree Career Pathways Workplace Safety & Prevention Tree ID & Biology Tree Climbing & Equipment General Safety Pruning Basics
  27. 27. 42 Wraparound Services Case management and career coaching Mentorship Financial support to mitigate barriers
  28. 28. Join our network! Tree Equity Workforce Network Launch Wednesday, December 7 2-3pm ET 43 Register Here bit.ly/3NPviHm
  29. 29. Thank you! Hannah Gregory Senior Manager, Career Pathways American Forests (202) 601-1973 hgregory@americanforests.org 44
  30. 30. Branching Out: Growing a Women’s Network in Trees
  31. 31. Changing the Face of Trees, One Woman at a Time Pictured – Lara Schuman
  32. 32. Changing the Face of Trees, one woman at a time! Pictured – Lori Maple Hayes
  33. 33. Changing the Face of Trees, one woman at a time! Pictured – Heather Williamson
  34. 34. Changing the Face of Trees, one woman at a time! Pictured – Rachel Brewster
  35. 35. Changing the Face of Trees, one woman at a time! Pictured – Rebecca Johnson
  36. 36. Changing the Face of Trees, one woman at a time! Pictured – Stephanie Adams
  37. 37. Changing the Face of Trees, one woman at a time! Pictured – Mel Bartholomew
  38. 38. Changing the Face of Trees, one woman at a time! Pictured – Carrie Tauscher
  39. 39. Changing the Face of Trees, one woman at a time! Pictured – Dana Coelho
  40. 40. Changing the Face of Trees, one woman at a time! Pictured – Shannon Slivinske
  41. 41. Pictured – Nicole ‘Carni’ Benjamin, Erin Mahoney, & Kirstin Hammond
  42. 42. Changing the Face of Trees, one woman at a time!
  43. 43. Learn more and join us Sign up for the chat • https://bit.ly/WITchat Contact me for more information Rebecca Johnson Arborholic, LLC Rebecca@arborholic.com

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  • Hopkins et al

    An opportunity to expand an individual’s capacity of leadership roles and processes.
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    One limitation is barriers instead of catalysts

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  • https://sos.oregon.gov/archives/exhibits/ghost/Pages/logging-20th.aspx

    https://www.carolinacountry.com/carolina-stories/first-in-forestry
  • Shen, W., & Joseph, D. L. (2021). Gender and leadership: A criterion-focused review and Research Agenda. Human Resource Management Review, 31(2), 100765. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrmr.2020.100765
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    6 interviewees
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  • https://www.arborday.org/programs/pcf/2021-conference.cfm
  • “Look for a publication about this study in late 2023”

    2022 Congress. Women's Forest Congress. (2022, October 25). Retrieved October 31, 2022, from https://womensforestcongress.org/2022-congress/
    CVCheck. (2021, January 9). Why women mentoring women is a winning business strategy. Checkpoint. Retrieved October 31, 2022, from https://checkpoint.cvcheck.com/why-women-mentoring-women-is-a-winning-business-strategy/
    Hopkins, M. M., O'Neil, D. A., Passarelli, A., & Bilimoria, D. (2008). Women's Leadership Development Strategic Practices for women and organizations. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 60(4), 348–365. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0014093 Manager, S. M. A. W. (n.d.). MFI 2022. Society of Municipal Arborists. Retrieved October 31, 2022, from https://www.urban-forestry.com/society-of-municipal-arborists---mfi-2022
    Ney, A. (n.d.). First in forestry. Carolina Country. Retrieved October 31, 2022, from https://www.carolinacountry.com/carolina-stories/first-in-forestry
    Oregon secretary of State. State of Oregon: Oregon Ghost Towns - Oregon Logging in the 1900s. (n.d.). Retrieved October 31, 2022, from https://sos.oregon.gov/archives/exhibits/ghost/Pages/logging-20th.aspx
    Partners in community forestry. Conference Agenda - Partners in Community Forestry Conference. (n.d.). Retrieved October 31, 2022, from https://www.arborday.org/programs/pcf/2021-conference.cfm
    Shen, W., & Joseph, D. L. (2021). Gender and leadership: A criterion-focused review and Research Agenda. Human Resource Management Review, 31(2), 100765. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrmr.2020.100765
  • Hi, I’m Rebecca Johnson and for the past two years I’ve had the pleasure to host a monthly women in trees.

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