|When:||Back to Calendar » May 15, 2012 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm|
|Repeats:||Monthly on 3rd Tuesday - forever||Where:||Children's Advocacy Center
210 Pratt Avenue Northeast
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|Cost:||$8 for dinner, not eating $2 donation for facility costs|
|Contact:||Interfaith Mission Service
|Categories:||Race & Culture _Events|
The objective of One Huntsville is to provide an opportunity to meet across religious, racial and cultural segments, exchange information and become informed via a good program.
We meet the third Tuesday of each month at The Children’s Advocacy Center (210 Pratt Ave, 35801).
Our format is to have informal table discussion from 5:00 until 5:45 pm. After a time of sharing community news, the program begins around 6:00 pm. If you cannot come for the full time, feel free to come anytime between 5:00 and 7:00 pm.
Dinner is a catered mini-buffet. The cost of dinner is $8. If not eating, we request a donation of $2 to help cover cost of the facility.
Program for April 21st:
One Huntsville welcomes Deborah Levine, the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the renowned American Diversity Report (launched in 2006) through which she provides leadership designed to develop and implement training for diverse teams locally and globally. Based in Chattanooga, her fields of expertise and regular practice include cross-cultural understanding, diversity training, urban planning, and creating community organizations and initiatives. An award-winning author, her writing spans decades of published articles. She is also listed among the 2013 Champions of Diversity by DiversityBusiness.com.
Committed to developing the new Cross Cultural School of the South, she trains “New Southerners” to acculturate to the culture of the US Southeast while going global. She joins us with a special interest in sharing as a pioneer in the field of Global Leadership training. Her book “Inspire Your Inner Global Leader” was field tested in Youth Global Leadership Classes co-taught with Volkswagen executives and is now available for use and application.
Ms. Levine is a product of Harvard and New York University (NYU – BS, Cultural Anthropology), University of Illinois at Chicago (MUPP, Urban Planning & Policy/Arts & Culture) and Spertus Institute (MA, Jewish Studies). She has received research fellowships from UCLA and the American Jewish Archives.