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Trusted Mentors Luncheon Series: Restoration, A Fresh Start to Restart

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Join virtually on 3 Wednesdays to hear from 3 powerful speakers on the power of mentoring, second chance hiring and overcoming adversity!

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COVID-19 has made more visible many societal challenges, such as homelessness and reentry after incarceration. There is a growing desire to positively respond to such issues. Learn how Trusted Mentors has trained and deployed hundreds of mentors who have built powerful relationships with at-risk adults—in the process helping those individuals stay housed, out of jail and living stable lives.

Join us at our virtual luncheon series to get a better understanding of the issues, how mentoring works, why second chance hiring can make an impact and that people are able to overcome adversity. Plus, you’ll hear why mentoring can be an effective tool in addressing big issues like homelessness and re-entry.

Join us on May 12th at noon for Renee Pack, Indiana Representative HD 92. She will share her experiences of overcoming obstacles to become a Indiana State Representative followed by Leading, Mentoring and Allyship- Why the role we play helps improve the lives of others. LaToya Gilbert-Stewart, Program Director for the Digital Service Transformation and Shaquana Smiley, Business Change Manager for FHPS IT Engineering BST, at Federal Government Services (FGS) from Anthem, Inc. will speak on the value of mentorship in professional and personal capacity. They will explore the role of allyship as it applies to our current cultural dynamics.

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Renee Pack is Indiana State Representative for District 92. She is a veteran of the United States Army, having served from 1986 through 1991. Pack is the ranking Democratic member of the Veterans Affairs and Public Safety Committee. She also serves on the Commerce, Small Business and Economic Development Committee and the Family, Children and Human Affairs Committee. One of Renee's top priorities in the legislature is to continue building bridges and strengthening relationships in her community. She believes we must build community upon a foundation of respect, civility, and justice for all.


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