Persons can register here.
Arkansas Baptist College president Dr. Fitz Hill will speak at the conference on September 20 at
Henderson State University's 17th president Glendell Jones Jr. will address the topic of higher education in Arkansas on September 21 at the general luncheon session. Jones is a first-generation college graduate and is the first African American to head a public university in Arkansas.
On Sept. 21 8 am, a town hall meeting moderated by Julie Munsell, Communications Manager for Entergy Arkansas, will discuss "Sharing Our Strength: Empowering and Educating for Tomorrow." Panelists include Dr. Karon Rosa, Arkansas Department of Higher Education; Bill Kopsky, Arkansas Public Policy Panel, Senator Joyce Elliott (invited); Dr. Joel Anderson, Chancellor of the Unviersity of Arkansas at Little Rock; and Corey Anderson, Vice President of the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation in Little Rock.
The conference registration fee is $99 per person for the entire conference, $75 for Group Registration, (Full Conference only, 5 or more persons from the same organization), $65 for Thursday only, or $35 for the Friday Luncheon session only. Registration forms must be received by Sept. 14, 2012. To register for the conference, visit www.cadc.com to download the registration form or contact Robin Freeman at 501-778-1133 or email@example.com.
The Leadership Conference is designed to bring together public policy makers, utility organizations, social service agency program managers, legislators and aides, consumer credit and collection specialists, housing specialists, nonprofit organization leaders, faith based leaders, and others concerned with the issues impacting hard-working low-wealth families.
CADC is a private nonprofit community action agency that was formed in 1965 to fight and win the “War on Poverty.” The mission of CADC is to improve the quality of life and build strong communities in
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