Three-Part Series Features Speakers Michelle Gethers-Clark, Kim Gatling and Marcus Thomas
Greensboro, NC (May 21, 2020) – The public is invited to attend United Way of Greater Greensboro’s End Poverty: The Lunch and Learn Series hosted by Young Leaders. The three-part virtual series will begin on June 4, and will take place 12 to 1 p.m.
Featured speakers include:
June 4: Michelle Gethers-Clark, United Way of Greater Greensboro President and CEO, with her talk titled “What’s Poverty in Greensboro? Myths, Facts and Action”
June 11: Kim Gatling, United Way of Greater Greensboro Board Chair and partner at Fox Rothschild LLP, with her talk “Incorporating Board Service into Your Journey”
June 18: Marcus Thomas, United Way of Greater Greensboro Young Leaders Vice Chair and Dream Team Director at Mount Zion Baptist Church, with his talk “Volunteerism for Mutual Gain”
“United Way Young Leaders seek to empower and inspire young professionals to lead community-wide change that ends poverty, and this all-star lineup of speakers will definitely educate and inspire attendees to take action,” said Lauren Forbis, Marketing and Communications Manager at United Way of Greater Greensboro.
End Poverty: The Lunch and Learn Series will be hosted on Zoom and is open to 100 attendees per session. To register, visit www.unitedwaygso.org/learn.
The series is sponsored by The P&G Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, KONTOOR’s Emerging Leaders Group, Cone Health, Lincoln Financial Group and one anonymous donor.