JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Join TEDxFSCJWomen for a simulcast event direct from the TEDWomen2017 conference in New Orleans. The evening will include a panel of local speakers who will discuss how gender intersects with poverty and what Jacksonville nonprofits are doing to help.
Our local speakers will include:
- Dawn Gilman: CEO, Changing Homelessness
- Teresa Miles: Executive Director, Women’s Center of Jacksonville
- Dr. Gail Patin: CEO, Hubbard House
- Hosted by Courtney Weatherby-Hunter: Women’s Giving Alliance
The evening will also feature “Seven Bridges Out of Poverty,” a portrait gallery and information session from local nonprofits that are helping to lift women out of poverty, including BEAM, Changing Homelessness, Hubbard House, LSF Health Systems, Sulzbacher Center, the Women’s Center of Jacksonville and the Women’s Giving Alliance.
When: Thursday, November 2, 2017, 6:30-8:30 p.m. *Doors open at 5 p.m. to allow for portrait viewing and networking with representatives from the featured nonprofits.
Where: FSCJ Kent Campus, Room F128; 3939 Roosevelt Blvd., Jacksonville, Florida 32205
For more information, email TEDxFSCJ@gmail.com or visit tedxfscj.com. Register at https://tedxfscjwomen2017.eventbrite.com/
Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) is a public, nonprofit higher education institution that offers more than 150 degree and certificate programs to meet the education and training needs of more than 50,000 students per year.
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