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March 26
Wake to Host Human Capital Development Campaign Summit

Wake County Human Services is hosting its Human Capital Development Campaign Summit on Friday, March 27, 2015, from 9 a.m. to noon, at the Commons Building, 4011 Carya Drive, Raleigh. Many community partners will be invited to participate and work together as regions of Wake County to learn more about existing partnerships, resources and needs. The goal is to inspire action and collaboration.

"The Summit is a way to connect community organizations with individuals and Wake County Human Services leaders in order to support individuals determined to build a better future for themselves and their families," said Ann Godwin, Human Capital Development Campaign Manager. "We hope that this event is the start of something great."

The Summit will feature keynote speaker Dr. Dudley Flood, who will present on The Power of Collaboration. Dr. Flood spent 21 years with the Department of Public Instruction specializing in desegregation and race relations and later went on to serve as the Executive Director of the North Carolina Association of School Administrators. He has won over 350 awards for his civic service. In addition to a speaker, there will also be a gallery walk and regional break-out sessions.

Human Capital Development is a philosophy that builds on people's strengths in order to achieve positive outcomes on multiple levels:

  • Self-sufficient individuals
  • Healthy communities
  • Vibrant local economies

Learn more about the Human Capital Development Summit.





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