Pursuing Healing, Justice, & Wellness Together
The Planning Committee is now accepting proposals for presentations at the 2022 Community Resilience Conference.
Presentations must meet at least one of the following conference goals:
Understand how individuals and organizations can play an active role in reducing the impact of trauma and building resilience
Identify strategies to create trauma-informed interpersonal, organizational, and/or systemic change
Recognize the importance of self-care as the platform for improving wellness and burnout prevention
Feel a greater sense of connectedness and hope for the future
Thanks to funding from Erie County Department of Human Services, ECTIC will be supporting the 2022 Erie County Community Resilience Conference.
Save the date for this FREE, virtual event on
Thursday February 17th, 2022.
Details coming soon.
Meet the Keynote Speaker
Monique W. Morris, Ed.D.
We are excited and honored to announce Dr. Morris as our 2022 Community Resilience Conference Keynote Speaker!
Dr. Morris is an award-winning author and social justice scholar with three decades of experience in the areas of education, civil rights, juvenile and criminal justice. She is the President/CEO of Grantmakers for Girls of Color, a philanthropic collaborative that supports a world in which all girls and young women of color are healthy, safe, thriving, and fully empowered to dream and shape their desired reality on their terms, while dismantling structural barriers created by racism, sexism and ageism and other forms of oppression that prevent their full participation in our country’s future.
Dr. Morris has written dozens of articles, book chapters, and other publications on social justice issues and lectured widely on research, policies, and practices associated with improving juvenile/criminal justice, educational, and socioeconomic conditions for girls and women of color.