A conversation with Black Family Development on culturally responsive programming through a racial equity lens
Duration: 54 minutes
In this webinar, we heard from Black Family Development in Detroit, Michigan, on how their organization implements programming through a racial equity lens to achieve their mission. Through hearing their commitments and stories, we can continue to learn about ourselves and apply their ideas to our work.
About Kenyatta Stephens
Kenyatta Stephens has 27 years of experience in the human services industry. She serves as the chief executive officer of Black Family Development, Inc., a family-centered, behavioral health organization based in Detroit, Michigan. She holds a master’s degree in psychiatric mental health nursing (child and family) from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Kenyatta believes education is the gateway to each person’s success. She has a passion for implementing excellence in the human services industry to empower children, individuals, families, staff, and organizations to be their best. For this reason, LENA Start has held a special place in her heart since Black Family Development, Inc. began the program three years ago.