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North Carolina ACEs Connection

Free Resilient Communities Conference Set for March 15. Register now!

 

Move awareness to action with us on March 15th at the 2021 NC Community Resilience Conference! During this FREE, all-virtual conference, community members will participate in workshops and hear from speakers about addressing and preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in North Carolina.

Opening keynote speaker Leslie Crutchfield is a leading authority on social movements, systems change, collective impact, corporate social responsibility and shared value. She serves as the Executive Director of Georgetown University’s Business for Impact at the McDonough School of Business. Leslie’s latest book is the critically-acclaimed How Change Happens: Why Some Social Movements Succeed While Others Don’t (Wiley 2018).

Our closing keynote speaker, Kody Kinsley, serves as the Deputy Secretary for Behavioral Health & Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities at NC Department of Health and Human Services. Kody works to achieve a future where all North Carolinians have access to high-quality and integrated behavioral health services and intellectual or developmental disability supports so that they can thrive in their communities. Don’t miss hearing from these esteemedkeynotes!

Conference Schedule:
Date: March 15, 2021

8:00 AM – Community Resilience Leader Collaborative Networking
9:00 AM - Keynote, Leslie Crutchfield
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM - System Mapping; Racial Equity and Justice
12:00 PM - Community Resilience Leader Collaborative Lunch Networking Session
2:00 - 3:00 PM - Community Engagement; ACEs / Social Determinants of Health Screening Cautions and Considerations
4:00 - 5:00 PM Keynote, Kody Kinsley; Partnering to Build Resilient Communities Across NC

Register Today!

Sincere thanks to our conference sponsors:

Winer Family Foundation, The Duke Endowment, Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation, Child Trust Foundation. John M Belk Endowment, John Rex Endowment, North Carolina Families United, Essentials for Childhood and the NC Department of Health and Human Services. Thank you for your dedication to building more resilient North Carolina communities where we all can thrive!

Join in the conversation! Follow #CommunityResilienceNC on social media.

Questions? Please contact summit@preventchildabusenc.org.



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