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"STP's Collective Leadership Model" by STP Co-Director Leila Zainab

Survivor Theatre Project thrives on a Collective Leadership Model that guides the mission we hold, and the work that we do. Our Leadership Team is made up of previous Performance Project participants, facilitators, educators, artists, and activists who are deeply committed to our mission of ending sexual violence through performance and community dialogue. Each Leadership Team member plays a prominent role in the organization’s various projects, outreach efforts, and workshops. When we gather together in quarterly retreats, we cultivate strategies for community building, strengthening our connections, and creating new avenues for solidarity across movements.

Our staff serves alongside our Leadership Team. STP staff are focused on the general operations and management of Survivor Theatre Project. To STP, Collective Leadership means that everyone's voice is heard, and everyone's experience matters. In a world where leadership is often synonymous with corruption and hierarchy, Survivor Theatre Project leads with equity and a hive-mind approach. We practice transparency and authenticity with each other, and regarding our organizational decisions; always referring back to the Leadership Team for guidance and support.

Each of our roles is vital to the sustainability of our work. Each of our personal missions is important and we work to uplift one another in the process. We honor wellness and self-care, practicing our work of healing and self-love within our organization, as well as with the communities we serve. Our Collective Leadership Model means that we are committed to growing and learning new ways of creating community culture within our organization. It means that we are committed to creating a new world, a new way of working - one that is centered around honoring each and everyone one of us with care, love, and respect.

 

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