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Thursday, October 10 • 9:30am - 10:45am
Workshops Round 2: Developing a Poverty Reduction Strategy: The Top 100 and Beyond FULL

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Moving beyond the foundations of building a common agenda, this workshop will detail an approach that CRP members are applying across the country to create comprehensive, community-wide, and sustainable poverty reduction strategies.

Helpful Resources:
Foundations for Developing a Common Agenda
Top 100 Partners Exercise

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Phillip Mock

Prosperity Roundtable of Chatham-Kent
Phillip Mock is the Project Coordinator for the Chatham-Kent Prosperity Roundtable. Phillip has a passion for grassroots ABCD community work, believing that the most effective and empowering drive to end poverty is rooted in the people that make up a community – from the leaders... Read More →
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Nicole Cherlet

Councillor, City of Revelstoke
City Councillor and Business Owner (Big Mountain Kitchen). Part of the steering committee for the Collective Impact Process in Revelstoke.
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Justin Pequeño

Project Manager, Hawaii Small and Mighty
Let's chat about Politics/Government, Education, and Agriculture

Thursday October 10, 2019 9:30am - 10:45am PDT
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