B2R will be delivered virtually on November 12 – 13
Our top priority is the health and safety of our conference participants and staff. To minimize the spread of COVID-19, we’re following CDC recommendations on limiting large public gatherings by re-scheduling the Bridging to Resilience 2020 conference and delivering it remotely.
But we’re still committed to the work of supporting trauma informed schools and communities.
So we’ve locked in November 12 – 13 as the dates for our rescheduled virtual conference. Different date. Different format. But the same great conference with the same great people, sessions, and community building! Bridging to Resilience is so much more than a conference for our team so while we are saddened we won’t see you in April – we are already looking forward to when this family can be together again virtually.
our keynoters & breakout presenters know their stuff
We’re excited that you’ll have the opportunity to hear from our keynote speakers. But we also know that you’re going to learn so much from our knowledgeable and experienced breakout session presenters.
Need just a little flavor of what you can expect?
Start your Bridging to Resilience experience by viewing our Speaker Spotlight videos.
400+ Attendees Can’t Be Wrong
In April 2019, over 400 educators, community organizers, parents, and non-profit staff members came together in Overland Park to learn about and share strategies for building resilience in the face of trauma and poverty.
And we want you to be a part of fall 2020!
We weren’t able to get together in April but our re-scheduled fall virtual conference will have all the goodness that we had planned for the spring. Get more information by clicking the button below. You’ll learn more about our great keynote speakers, the Paper Tigers screening, our Student Hope spotlights, Parenting with ACEs panel, and lodging details.