Our partners at Prevent Child Abuse NC are hosting the (virtual) 2021 NC Community Resilience Conference on March 15. Registration is FREE and open now.
Community leaders in the public health, local government, education, law enforcement, medical, faith, child advocacy, and philanthropic communities are encouraged to attend. Attendees will participate in workshops via Zoom where they’ll learn from speakers about addressing and preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in NC.
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).
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.