WHAT IS THE STATERA Professional MENTORSHIP PROGRAM?

The Statera Professional Mentorship Program is at the core of Statera's mission - positive action for women in the theatre. A flourishing mentor relationship helps both mentor and mentee organize their professional challenges, nurture their creative ideas and activate their personal gifts. 

Statera Foundation works to connect theatre women interested in moving beyond the very real obstacles that sometimes lie between our goals and our successes. The most effective way to grow, expand and manifest change is to work together. Statera Foundation is here for you. 

 

HOW Does it work?

Statera Foundation has launched a regional Statera Professional Mentorship Program for Women in the Arts in Chicago, IL. This effort is being lead by a team of Chicago based theatre artists, equity advocates, and business-minded women. If you are a Chicago-based theatre artist interested in engaging as a mentor or mentee in this unique program, please sign up below to be notified about our next mentorship phase. We are currently only pairing Chicago artists for Spring 2018. In May 2018, we are launching our second regional Mentorship Program in North Carolina. Please fill out the form below if you are a Chicago or North Carolina based theatre maker. We will be opening it up to other regions very soon!

 

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A Note on Inclusion at Statera Foundation

Women
We use an inclusive definition of women. "Women" includes anyone on the gender spectrum who identifies (either always or some of the time) as a woman. This also includes non-binary people. 

Intersectionality
Statera Foundation works through an intersectional lens for gender parity. We understand and acknowledge that systems of oppression and discrimination are interdependent and span all social categorizations such as race, class, gender, ability, and sexual orientation as they apply to a given individual or group. Addressing one spoke of systematic discrimination or disadvantage means holistically addressing them all. 

Pronouns
Please take a look at this guide for any questions you have about our use of pronouns: https://uwm.edu/lgbtrc/support/gender-pronouns/