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Fatherhood Series | Fatherhood and Family Resilience

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will be able to define family resilience
  • Participants will understand the role of fathers play in promoting resilience within the family unit
  • Participants will be able to identify key factors that contribute to family resilience and how fathers can influence these factors
  • Participants will learn strategies to build resilience as a father

Trainer: D. L. Pos Ryant, Apprentice of Peace Youth Organization

D. L. Pos Ryant brings over seven years of strategic planning experience, coupled with a deep passion for business, nonprofit sector work, and personal development. He excels as a community builder and connector, alongside his roles as a wellness advocate and youth mentor. His fervor for strategy, wellness, positive youth development, and community building is evident in his work as a Strategic Planner, Facilitator, and DEI Consultant.

Pos has facilitated strategic planning sessions for local and national organizations, including CHFA, Jefferson County Public Health, and Museo De Las Americas. Collaborating with organizations like ArloSoul, The Athena Group, and SIYG Consulting, he has also led planning sessions for The SHARE Network, Civic Canopy, Guided by Humanity, and others. Additionally, he has contributed to DEI initiatives at Maria Droste Counseling, focusing on cultural awareness, bias, and microaggressions.

Pos serves as the Executive Director and Co-Founder of The Apprentice of Peace Youth Organization (AOPYO), a nonprofit dedicated to reducing mental health stigma and enhancing life skills through wellness programs. Before establishing AOPYO, Pos gained valuable experience in mutual funds and real estate, supported by his dual MBA in Finance/Accounting and Strategic Management from Regis University.


Continuing Education

SD Board of Social Work Examiners
This organization (University of South Dakota – Provider #1048) is approved as a provider for continuing education by the South Dakota Board of Social Work Examiners. Social workers will receive up to 1.0 Continuing Education clock hours for participating in this course.

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Jul 03 2024


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm