On December 5, 2019 nonprofit leaders from throughout San Diego County gathered together to celebrate the gifts of the holiday season and one another. Recognizing the importance of taking time out from all of our responsibilities to pause and reflect, both individually and communally, Fieldstone @ 4 provided a festive space for leaders to reconnect with each other and celebrate all that has...Read More
Janine Mason and Anne Vincent have been recognized as WELL-BEING WARRIORS by the Well Being and Equity Network. The national recognition was bestowed on them for their work in creating and offering the Clare Rose Sabbatical Program to support and sustain nonprofit leaders. They are part of a group of 18 leaders recognized from across the country.
The Well Being and Warrior Challenge’s...Read More
We are excited to welcome Mary Corbett to the Fieldstone Leadership Network San Diego Family. Mary joins the team as our Network Administrator. In this role, she is responsible for the overall management of the administrative aspects of each of the eight programs in the Network.
Mary earned her PhD in chemistry from Stanford University. She is a former research scientist with a record of...Read More
In 2017, North County Lifeline and Executive Director Donald Stump participated in a Clare Rose Sabbatical. With the support and involvement of the Board of Directors, Don and his leadership team worked for just under a year to prepare for him to leave the organization and allow others to lead for three months. We are excited to present our latest Clare Rose Sabbatical Spotlight featuring Don...Read More
Twice a year, a small group of 10-12 thoughtful, dedicated leaders from across the country are invited to West River, Maryland to participate in the Leadership Design Studio. Hosted as part of the Reflective Leadership Project, the program is led by Dr. Judy Sorum Brown. Janine Mason, founder and architect of the Fieldstone Leadership Network, was selected to participate in the Fall cohort,...Read More
In our work as leaders, knowing about structural racism and understanding the difference between “inclusion” and “equity” is one thing; being effective at helping other people talk about them is another. As Fieldstone Leadership Network San Diego prepares to facilitate conversations and hold space for our Network Members to explore issues of diversity, equity and inclusion in the nonprofit...Read More
This month, our fourth Leadership Reading Group in San Diego started with an updated curriculum, additional program components and a new book list!!
Research has shown that reading has always been an essential component of leadership development (HBR, Feb. 2016). However, even with the best of intentions, it is often difficult to get to or finish all of the books competing for our attention....Read More
Author’s Insights is an opportunity for members of our Leadership Reading Group (LRG) Program to delve more deeply into leadership concepts with an author whose book was read in the program. Following the tradition set by American Booksellers Association in 1938 to provide a forum for authors to speak about their work, Author’s Insights is uniquely focused at furthering our understanding of...Read More
Recognized for creating safe space for brave conversations and learning, the Fieldstone Leadership Network San Diego is designing a unique experience for nonprofit leaders to consider issues of divesity, equity, and inclusion and their place in the ongoing efforts to respectfully engage with others. Offered as a contribution to our community’s efforts to advance these critical issues...Read More