Evolving Men's Conference Hits Boulder, Colorado - Collaboration, Not Competition
Over two dozen leaders of the contemporary men's movement will be meeting in Boulder, Colorado September 25th and 26th to collaborate and plan next year's first annual Evolving Men's Conference. The topics they will be addressing include: Defining the challenges men face today, bridging "old-school" men's work and "next-generation" men's work, creating a collaborative model for contemporary men's work, bringing forward the new masculine paradigm, and finally devising an outline illustrating how to proceed with the conference.
(PRWEB) August 14, 2010
Over two dozen leaders of the contemporary men's movement will be meeting in Boulder, Colorado September 25th and 26th to collaborate and plan next year's first annual Evolving Men's Conference.
The Evolving Men's Conference (EMC) is a registered not-for-profit and is the brainchild of visionary Jayson Gaddis, a blogger, a licensed therapist and trained coach specializing in men's issues. Recognized as a leader in today's men's movement, Gaddis has been featured in EnlightenNext magazine and has written for numerous online publications including MadePossible, The Good Men Project, Primer Magazine and The Elephant Journal.
The September weekend participants will be traveling from as far as the UK to create a foundational outline for a public EMC conference to be held in 2011 (also in Boulder). The topics they will be addressing include:
- Defining the challenges men face today
- Bridging "old-school" men's work and "next-generation" men's work
- Creating a collaborative model for contemporary men's work
- Bringing forward the new masculine paradigm
- Planning the EMC for 2011
EMC Founder Jayson Gaddis says, "The foundation of what we collectively know as men's work started decades ago... before some of us involved today were even men. We honor the work and vision that has come before, and we also recognize that there is a new generation of men evolving and new strategies are needed. We want to provide a forum and an ongoing resource for moving the new, conscious masculinity forward."
For more information about the Evolving Men's Conference or to schedule an interview please contact Project Manager, Joshua Gribschaw-Beck at:
Phone: (303) 578-2MEN or (303) 578-2636
E-mail: info@evolvingmensconference. com
Or visit: www. EvolvingMensConference. com