The NC Community Resilience Conference is focused on promoting the community-based ACEs/Resilience work being done locally, sharing best practices and research from the NC Partnership for Children’s Community Resilience Initiative, and starting a conversation about how we can share learning and support the movement to focus on addressing and preventing ACEs to build community resilience across NC. We encourage community leaders in the public health, local government, education, law enforcement, medical, faith, child advocacy, and philanthropic communities to attend.
The first 50 registrants will receive a copy of Crime and Community in the Cape Fear, written by Benjamin R. David, New Hanover County District Attorney. *We have already reached our capacity for this offer. Thank you!
This is a VIRTUAL event, presented on the Zoom platform. Details about connecting links will be sent to all registrants.
TICKETS - FREE
Based on the feedback from the Resilient Communities Initiative local collaboratives, the objectives for this day of learning include:
Social Impact Strategist, Author, and Executive Director of Georgetown University Business for Impact
Kody H. Kinsley
Deputy Secretary for Behavioral Health & Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, NC Department of Health and Human Services
9:20 - 10:20 AM
How Change Happens
Leslie Crutchfield, Social Impact Strategist, Author, and Executive Director of Georgetown Business for Impact
10:30 - 11:30 AM
Community Resilience Initiative
Safiyah Jackson, Chief Strategy Officer, NC Partnership for Children
12:00 - 12:50 PM
Community Resilience Leader Collaborative
1:00 - 2:00 PM
Seth Saeugling, Cofounder, Rural Opportunity Institute
Racial Equity and Justice
Patty Oji, MPA, ACC, CPCC, Co-Founder, Executive Coach, and Consultant, Alpha People & Project Solutions Leadership Development & Strategic Consulting
2:10 - 3:10 PM
Bridging the Divide: The Four Levels of Adverse Experiences and Community Engagement
Dr. Wanda Boone, CEO/Founder, Together for Resilient Youth
ACEs/Social Determinants of Health Screening Cautions and Considerations
Dr. George (Tripp) Ake, Director of Training, Duke Center for Child and Family Health
3:15 - 4:15 PM
Partnering to Build Resilient Communities Across NC
Kody H. Kinsley, Deputy Secretary for Behavioral Health & Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities at DHHS
4:15 - 4:30 PM
CONFERENCE WRAP UP
Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina ensures that child maltreatment prevention is a priority for North Carolina and all communities have the knowledge, support and resources to prevent child abuse and neglect.
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