Community Action Partnership 2013 Annual Convention
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, CHANGES ETC.
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Tuesday, August 27
Wednesday, August 28
Thursday, August 29
Friday, August 30
Community Service Day volunteers washing up in preparation for bulk rice re-packing and below, learning the ropes at the Greater Chicago Food Depository
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn (above) and Doug Luffborough energized the crowd
Jered Montgomery, on trumpet, and Travis Whitlock singing the Star Spangled Banner (above).
They were introduced by Jim Hirsch, executive director, Chicago Sinfonietta.
Below, The Project Inclusion Trio performed Bach’s Art of the Fugue, and
Hayden’s Allegretto from String Trio, Opus 3.
• Error on page 19 (Sessions by Track): There is no session in Chicago Ballroom G, 5th floor, at 3:30.
• LEADERSHIP IN REDEFINING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND THE MANAGEMENT STAFF
• Community Action Strategic Forum #1
Jesyca Rodenberg, Kansas Association of Community Action Programs
• COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT ACT FOR COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS
• ASSISTING OUR VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES WITH WHAT THEY NEED AND DESERVE: INCREASED ROLES FOR COMMUNITY
• General Session, 8:00 - 10:25 am, Grand Ballroom, 7th floor
Tim Herwig (COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT ACT FOR COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS) is a District Community Affairs Officer in the Central District of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. He is located in Chicago. In this capacity he provides CRA examination support to examiners; community development and CRA compliance outreach, training, partnership development, and promotion services; as well as individualized assistance to national banks and federal thrifts. He works primarily within the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana. Prior to joining the OCC, Tim was the Central Region Community Affairs Liaison with the Office of Thrift Supervision. He also served ten years as a Vice President of Community Affairs and CRA Officer for TCF National Bank. He has served on a variety of boards in Chicago including Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago, the Greater Southwest Development Corporation, and the Donors Forum.
Duane Honeycutt (ASSISTING OUR VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES WITH WHAT THEY NEED AND DESERVE: INCREASED ROLES FOR COMMUNITY) was appointed Director of the Chicago Regional Office, effective October 26, 2008. Mr. Honeycutt provides direction and oversight in administrating compensation and vocational rehabilitation to the 800,000 Veterans that reside within the state of Illinois.
Allan I. Bergman (LEADERSHIP IN REDEFINING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND THE MANAGEMENT STAFF) is the CEO of HIGH IMPACT Consulting, a national firm he established in 2010. He is an accomplished non-profit community agency and association executive and nationally recognized thought leader in influencing the development of federal and state policy reflecting “best practice” supports and services for persons with disabilities. He also is a national expert in Medicaid policy and practice regarding children and adults with disabilities and their families and he has extensive knowledge of all components of the Affordable Care Act, including the Health Exchanges, which provide opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
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