In Service: Saving the World
A luncheon panel discussion moderated by Dean Roland Anglin
Friday, December 1, 2017
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Bonda Room, UR 254
Levin College of Urban Affairs
1717 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
About the Forum
Join us for this exciting and informative discussion panel moderated by Dean Roland Anglin where panelists will discuss how their service through their current career and volunteer roles help “save the world” and positively impact those in our community.
Pizza will be provided!
Chris Alvarado | Executive Director, Slavic Village Development
Slavic Village Development works with and for its residents, businesses, and institutions to promote civic engagement, community empowerment, and neighborhood investment.
Kaila Johnson | Program Specialist, Diversity Center NEO
The Diversity Center promotes understanding and respect and institutional equality on matters of race, age, religion, sex, ethnicity, culture, ability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status. We achieve this through youth programming and by promoting diversity and addressing institutional bias in the workplace.
Bridget McFadden | Director of Advising Programs and Services, College Now Greater Cleveland
College Now’s mission is to increase postsecondary educational attainment through college and career access advising, financial aid counseling, and scholarship and retention services.
Dr. Terrance Menefee | Principal, John Adams High School
John Adams Campus believes in pursuing excellence through learning experiences that are challenging, engaging, creative and relevant to the 21st century. Through collaborative effort, students and teachers will consistently work towards high standards for all-while refusing to allow any obstacles such as age, ability or economic status hinder individual or group efforts. It is our goal to help our students become responsible, adaptive, independent, contributing citizens of a global society.