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Weiwei Wang, Co-Founder and Director of Operations & Development, The Vermont Professionals of Colors Network

 

Mia Schultz, Catalyst Leadership Coordinator, Rights & Democracy Institute and President, Rutland-Area NAACP

 

Don Turner, Jr., Town Manager, Milton, VT

 

Rich Holschuh, Director, Atowi Project, Brattleboro, VT


Hosted virtually via Zoom
Tuesday, October 5th at 1 p.m.

 

SPEAKERS
  • Dan Smith
    President and CEO, Vermont Community Foundation
  • Sarah Waring
    Vice President for Grants and Community Investments, Vermont Community Foundation
  • Rich Holschuh
    Director, Atowi Project
  • Weiwei Wang
    Co-Founder and Director of Operations & Development, The Vermont Professional of Colors Network
  • Mia Schultz
    Catalyst Leadership Coordinator, Rights & Democracy Institute and President, Rutland-Area NAACP
  • Don Turner, Jr.
    Town Manager, Milton, Vermont
                   

 

 

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