Past Speaking Engagements
Terry Shook, FAIA, along with Hugh McColl (retired CEO of Bank of America), Dionne Nelson (President and CEO of Laurel Street Residential), Dr. Robert C. Scott (Senior Pastor at St. Paul Baptist Church) and Pamela Wideman (Deputy Director Neighborhood & Business Services with The City of Charlotte) shared their own commitments to and models for investing in affordable housing as an avenue for addressing racial inequality and economic opportunity on February 1.
This fourth of five collaborative community dialogue series sessions, co-sponsored by Covenant Presbyterian Church, CN Jenkins Presbyterian Church and the Women’s Inter-Cultural Exchange, features multiple participants involved in cross-cultural discussions, with exploration of implicit biases and systemic racism and insights into avenues for creating economic opportunity in Charlotte.
Each session is every Wednesday (January 11, 18, 25, February 1, 8) and begins at 6:30pm at Covenant Presbyterian Church, 1000 East Morehead St., Charlotte, NC 28204. The public is welcome! For more information on each session, please visit The Women's Inter-Cultural Exchange website.
Kevin Kelley will discuss some of the more unknown reasons and drivers for why people are drawn to certain places over others. He will outline the process he uses with retailers to create what he calls the “Bonfire Effect.”
At the OIA Outdoor Retailer 2017, leading winter sports equipment retailers, manufacturers and outdoor industry professionals gather to discover and learn from industry leaders about new trends in outdoor brands, equipment and products.