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Interorganizational Relationships
"Ways to Work Together & Achieve Collective Impact"

A Free Online Discussion-based Workshop 

Wednesday, September 27, 2023

10 AM PT | 12 PM CT | 1 PM ET

Click here to register.

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Facilitated by Shawnta Jackson, MPH
Chief Executive Associate


During this free discussion-based workshop, you will join professionals representing organizations from across the United States. Not only will you explore which interorganizational relationships work best for your organization and team, you will have the opportunity to share best practices, challenges and lessons learned. This is an unique professional development and networking experience that you do not want to miss. Space is limited. 

Confidentiality Agreement

This workshop will not be recorded. The information you hear from or about participants in the workshop will be considered Confidential Information, unless the subject of that information clearly states otherwise. Such Confidential Information may be personal or business.

You agree that you will not disclose any of this Confidential Information to anyone who was not a participant of this workshop.

If you do not indicate that you agree to the terms in this Confidentiality Agreement, then we will remove you from the workshop.


Since 2009, Shawnta Jackson has worked with organizational leaders and their teams across the United States in the areas of strategy, stakeholder and community engagement, mixed-methods research and evaluation, and dissemination. 

In addition to her education and training in public relations and public health, Shawnta’s empirical knowledge derived from experiences such as leading the development of the Southern Nevada Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition and serving as Southern Nevada Vice President of the Nevada Public Health Association.

During her four-year tenure at the University of Maryland Center for Health Equity as Community Health Program Manager & Faculty Research Specialist, she was responsible for the management of a nationally-recognized Black barbershop initiative, Health Advocates In-Reach and Research (H.A.I.R.), and the Maryland Community Research Advisory Board (MD-CRAB), a group of over 30 community members convened to ensure that researchers serve as a forum to ensure that the results of health science research benefit vulnerable populations.  

As a consultant, Shawnta independently and through partnerships has assisted with helping boards, committees and leaders with organizational, programmatic, operational, engagement, and evaluation strategies to include full planning and implementation support, strategic roadmaps, the development of tools, capacity building support, and individual leadership strategic coaching. Clients and projects include multi-year federal-funded projects, health system place-based initiatives, statewide and national associations, local and statewide coalitions, and social justice and equity initiatives. 

Shawnta is Founder & Chief Executive Associate of Cause Engagement Associates (CEA) LLC. She holds a Master of Public Health degree in social and behavioral health from University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations from Columbia College Chicago. She is originally from Las Vegas and lives in the Washington-Baltimore metropolitan area with her son, Zachary. A fun fact about Shawnta is that she is the author of two 
self-published books, "The Journal of a Woman with Lived Experiences" and "The Resilience of a Woman."

Learn more about Shawnta's personal story, her books and more at

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