Building a Resilient Society
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|Episode 16- Aired on September 29th, 2011 at 6pm Pacific - Listen here.
Join us for an intriguing interview with adult education and nonprofit expert, Carolyn Baker. Carolyn is a Raven Drum Foundation board member and the Vice President of Community Development for Step Up on Second. Step Up's vision is to provide the help, hope, and a home that leads to recovery for individuals, families, and communities affected by mental illness.
Carolyn had the high honor to be invited to participate in the esteemed Clinton Global Initiative this year, which took place in Washington DC last week. As a Clinton Global Initiative Commitment Maker, Carolyn's goal was to participate in community development alongside like-minded groups and individuals across sectors and disciplines to sustainably end chronic and veteran homelessness.
Listen in as we discuss the importance of our participation, as individuals, in community development and in building resilient societies. We are the key to a better world.
Clinton Global Initiative: http://www.clintonglobalinitiative.org/
Step Up on Second: http://www.stepuponsecond.org/index.html