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Bernadette Gleeson to bring “A New Perspective”

 

“SUBSTANCE USE: A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON PREVENTION, ADDICTION & RECOVERY”

Join us on Tuesday, December 5th from 6-8 PM at the Keene Family YMCA for a powerful presentation by Bernadette Gleeson on innovative solutions for Substance Use Disorders in our workplaces and community.

Announcing New Program Director: Jill Morgan!

We are so pleased to announce that Jill Morgan, the new Program Director for Impact Monadnock, will be joining Monadnock United Way on September 27, 2017!

Jill comes to us with a wealth of experience, including:

  • Eight years of community impact leadership at United Way of Tucson & Southern Arizona
  • Expertise in early childhood education, K-12 education, and youth development
  • Over a decade of experience in successfully securing and managing grant funding for programs
  • A proven track record of effectively leading, innovating and problem-solving with vision and systems perspective

As Program Director, Jill will be leading Impact Monadnock in mobilizing the community to improve outcomes for young children and families in the Monadnock Region. We are eager to introduce Jill to the parents, caretakers, educators, early childhood professionals and advocates who make the work of Impact Monadnock possible.

Stay tuned for future announcements as Jill embraces her new role.

 

Community Action Forums coming soon to a school near you

Community_Conversations_Flyer_08292016-rev3Don’t forget! Impact Monadnock, Monadnock Region school districts, and River Valley Community College will be hosting Monadnock Region Community Action Forums on Early Childhood in the upcoming weeks.

These forums will offer:

  • Opportunities for communities to make their voices heard about the challenges facing our young children and families and how best to tackle them.
  • Opportunities to create understanding and awareness of the importance of investing in early childhood as a way to improve the overall well-being of the Monadnock Region.

Forums will be facilitated by New Hampshire Listens, a civic engagement initiative of the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire. New Hampshire Listens works at the local and state level to support civil, public deliberation of complex issues affecting everyday lives.

Click on the flyer to see the complete listing of dates and locations.