8% Summit: for SLPs and AUDs of color

8% Summit: for SLPs and AUDs of color

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$0 – $65

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Camp North End

1801 N Graham St, Charlotte NC 28206

Gama Goat Building Suite 200

Charlotte, NC 28206

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8% Summit: CCC: Connection, Collaboration, Care for SLPs and AUDs of Color.

About this event

2022 Theme: "Get your CCC-Connection, Collaboration, Care" for Speech-language pathologists and Audiologists of Color.

The 8% Summit is an event for SLPs and AUDs of color to make connections with other speech pathologists and audiologists of color, to collaborate on ideas and topics relevant to us, and to care for yourself and each other.




1245-1 CLOSING

3pm-6pm AFTER PARTY-Vendor Pop Up at Dupp & Swat 1824 Statesville Ave Suite 105 Charlotte, NC. The afterparty is for everybody and more details will be announced soon.

TICKETS: This is an intimate event with only 65 tickets available. Tickets are NOT refundable but Tickets ARE transferable. Ticket sales end on August 13 and no tickets will be sold at the door. Each ticket grants admission to the 8% Summit, a swag bag of goodies, breakfast and refreshments, admission to the 8% Summit after party/vendor pop-up, and access to tons of potential “friendleagues” (friends + colleagues).

ATTIRE: Comfortable for an August Saturday in North Carolina and be photo ready.

LOCATION: The event will be inside. We will send a map to our specific location on the scenic grounds of Camp Northend.

PARKING: There is plenty of parking on the Camp Northend grounds.

COVID POLICY: The event will be mostly indoors. At this time, Mecklenburg County does not have mask mandates and therefore masks are optional. Any changes in local restrictions will be communicated and enforced prior to the event. If you are feeling sick or sickish, please do not feel obligated to attend, and instead transfer your ticket to a “friendleague”.

Follow the “8% Summit” pages on Facebook and Instagram for discussion and updates. This event is thoughtfully curated for speech-language pathologists (SLPs, CFs, SLPAs) and audiologists who identify as a person of color or racial/ethnic minority, by SLPs of color.

See you soon,

Kendra and Jenelle

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