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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
 
Thursday, June 2nd
 
2016 NC FVPSA Prevention Grantees Meeting



12:30p.m. - 1:00p.m.  Open Registration
1:00 p.m. - 2:40 p.m.  Critical Conversation: Prevention, of Many Forms of Violence, Is Primary
 
Welcome and Opening Remarks- Gale M. Wilkins, MA, Executive Director, NC CFW and Maya Sanders, MPH, MSW, FVPSA Coordinator, NC CFW
Introduction of Presenters-Mary Williams-Stover, Deputy Director, NC CFW
Plenary Session: Prevent Violence NC—A Strategic Approach
 
Presenting Team:
Carolina Alzuru, North Carolina CoalitionAgainst Domestic Violence
Jennifer Counts, MPH, North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Trishana Jones, MSW, North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Introducing a new approach to preventing domestic violence and partnering to change paradigms using an approved CDC approach
 
2:40p.m. - 2:55p.m.  Break
 
2:55p.m.-5:00p.m.    NC FVPSA Grant Update-Maya Sanders MSW, MPH, NC CFW and Charles CampbellChairperson, NC DVC, Victim Services Committee
Critical Conversation: State of Domestic Violence Services and Family Violence in NC
Plenary: Focus Areas for NC Prevention Grants
 
5:30p.m. - 7:00p.m.   FVPSA Networking Reception
 
Friday, June 3rd
 
8:00a.m. - 8:30a.m.   Registration and Continental Breakfast
 
8:30a.m. - 8:35a.m.  Welcome and Opening Remarks –Gale Wilkins, MA, Executive Director, NC CFW
 
 
8:50a.m. - 9:50a.m.  Opening Session Diversity in DV Training & Advocacy Betty Coles, Organizational Effectiveness Con-sultant, NC Department of Administration
 
10:00a.m. - 11:00a.m.  Concurrent Joint Breakout Session A
  • Are Human Trafficking and Domestic Violence Really that Different?—Kiricka Yarbough Smith, NC CFW (WhitePine 2)
  • Why Do Children In The Shelters Act Like That? Jeanne J. Preisler, NC DHHS (White Pine 3)
  • Save Yourself First—Linda Murphy, NCCFW (White Pine 1)

11:00a.m. - 11:10a.m.   Transition to Breakout Sessions

11:10a.m. - 12:10p.m.  Concurrent Joint Breakout Session B
  • ”E3” Educating, Empowering, Ex-panding (Executive Directors Only) Jackie Jordan, NC CFW and Cynthia Manley, Faith Essentials (White Pine 2)
  • FVPSA & CFW Statistical Reporting-Brianna Van Stekelenburg, MPP, NC CFW (White Pine 1)
  • Sheltering & Serving Male Survivors—Elyse Hamilton-Childres, MSW, NC CFW (White Pine 3)

12:10p.m. - 1:30p.m.  What the Surveys Don’t Tell You:

A Message from a Survivor Who Lived in Your Shelter—Janique’ Winfield Nobody Talks About The Healing Process Sam Clayborn

1:30p.m. - 1:40p.m.     Break - *Visit Marketplace*

1:40p.m. - 3:00p.m.    Peer-to-Peer Panel Discussion Kathleen Balogh, Moderator, NC CFW

  • Fundraising —Junie Christensen, Onslow Women’s Center, Inc.
  • Succession Planning—Captain Brent Phelps, Shelter Home of Caldwell County
  • Voluntary Services-Liz Mason, OASIS
  • Community Outreach-Sangeetha Menon, Kiran
  • Rapid Rehousing— Kanika Turrentine, Infinite Possibilities

2:40p.m. - 2:50p.m.  Break—Visit Marketplace Kahoot.it!

2:50p.m. - 3:50p.m.  World Café/Round Robin

3:50p.m. - 4:00p.m.  Wrap-up and Adjourn

The Marketplace for FVPSA Grantees



Friday, June 3, 2016



8:30a.m.—4:00p.m.

Vendors

Chris Roncone and the Marvin Ridge High School Ceramics Class

Marvin Ridge High School Art Students

Myers Park Domestic Violence Awareness Club

Melissa Siegel Barios

Mecklenburg County Community Support Services Forward 4 Love Youth Group

NC Department of Correction Enterprises

Shamsa Visone

Jet.com

NC Domestic Violence Commission

Diaper Bank of NC

Eastern NC Stop Human Trafficking