40 minutes | Oct 15, 2021

S6E9 | How can we heal community-police relationships?

Abstract: What work is being done to heal the community-police relationship? What role can E&C training play to help foster that collaboration? In this episode of the Principled Podcast, host Katy Brennan, ‪Advisory Thought Leadership & Strategy Lead at LRN, explores what building a healthy, scalable, community policing model looks like with Nadine Jones, Co-Founder of The Initiative: Advancing the Blue & Black Partnership and Vice President, Corporate Counsel at Kuehne+Nagel Group. Listen in as the two discuss how The Initiative works to end systemic police violence and heal the relationship between law enforcement and the public—and ultimately build healthier communities.   Featured guest: Nadine Jones is a graduate of Howard University School of Law and a seasoned Vice President of a multibillion global logistics company. She is a collaborative leader, solutions-oriented, and has expertise in developing and maintaining a corporate ethics & compliance program for a multi-billion logistics company. As a graduate of Howard University School of Law, Nadine also has a strong sense of social justice and equity. In June 2020, she co-founded along with two other Howard Law alumni an organization called The Initiative: Advancing the Blue & Black Partnership (“The Initiative”). The Initiative was established to end systemic police violence and implement a collaborative approach to building healthy, scalable, community policing models.   Featured Host:  Katy leads thought leadership for LRN, having spent more than 15 years at the intersection of business’ responsibility to society. Katy is responsible for the development of a thought leadership agenda and roadmap and manages alliances with key stakeholders for LRN.  She also co-leads LRN’s Living HOW Council, a cross-functional group of diverse voices across the company who ensure LRN’s philosophy, values and Leadership Framework help inform and guide all aspects of our business.     
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