Cooking and the community voice
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About the Event
Having a diverse range of voices represented at board level is essential to any organisation working in the best interest of citizens and communities. But how do these voices gain representation? And beyond representation, how are they heard and acted upon?
This one hour session explores the above questions while also being a cook-along for you to make a delicious vegan lunch at home (or with an oven in the office!). We’ll be making a rustic ribollita. The ingredients needed are:
- Sliced bread (crusty preferred!)
- Vegetable stock cubes
- Olive oil
- One onion
- One carrot
- One celery stick
- Three cloves of garlic
- Curly kale
- 1 can cannellini beans
- Dried rosemary
- Dried chilli flakes
- Pinch of salt
Equipment: A medium/large sauce pan, chopping board, knife and a wooden spoon.
Stephen joined the GGI in July 2020 and is the GGI’s Communications Director. Prior to joining the GGI he led a diverse range of regulatory and health engagement and communications teams for over a decade.
Most recently his work with Ofwat, the water regulator, included leading the corporate communications team to develop national stakeholder engagement and influence campaigns alongside media and events. He led the stakeholder relationship programme for the development of a pivotal new strategy for the sector, which included working with water companies to better integrate with their communities.
He has also led communications teams for major London acute, mental health and specialist hospitals as well as leading CCG campaigns for community engagement across south London. This has included managing and designing community networks to encourage collaborative working both face-to-face and on digital platforms. He also led the rebrand of three major acute hospitals during a merge across several diverse north London boroughs.
Registration is essential as spaces are limited
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