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Hanna Boys Center Speaker Breakfast - Marc Philpart from PolicyLink (March 9)

 


Hanna Institute, at the Hanna Boys Center, is excited to announce that Mark Philpart, senior director at PolicyLink, will be the keynote speaker at its second Professional Networking Breakfast on March 9, 2017.

Marc will speak about the Boys and Men of Color Framework, which explores the deep evolutions toward equity that are beginning to take place in our communities. There will also be an open forum discussion in how culturally relevant trauma-informed practices can dramatically improve life outcomes among young people in Sonoma County.

The breakfast will also provide an opportunity for public education, healthcare and human services professionals—as well as others engaged in youth wellness, advocacy and education—to come together and network.

To register for this breakfast lecture, which takes place on Thursday, March 9, 2017 from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m., contact Leslie Petersen at lpetersen@hannacenter.org or 707-933-2555.

The cost of the event is $30 per person (tables of 8 are available for $225), and because seating is limited, registration is required.

The event will be held at Hanna Boys Center Auditorium, 17000 Arnold Drive, Sonoma, CA 95476.

About Marc Philpart
As Senior Director, Marc directs PolicyLink's work on Boys and Men of Color initiatives. Marc provides technical assistance in support of My Brother's Keeper communities, serves on the board of the R.I.S.E. collaborative for boys and men of color, and is the principal coordinator for the Alliance for Boys and Men of Color--the nation's only statewide network improving outcomes for boys and men of color. Marc earned an MPH from the University of Washington and a BA from Xavier University.

About Hanna Boys Center

Since 1945, Hanna Boys Center has changed the lives of thousands of at-risk, motivated youth through faith, education and caring, helping them grow into productive members of society. Hanna exists to help at-risk teens overcome the effects of childhood adversity—to become responsible, productive adults and realize their highest potential. We do this by providing a nurturing and therapeutic residential environment, a tailored educational model, and trained, caring adults who help kids create positive, permanent change in their lives. www.hannacenter.org

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