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Love Thy Neighbor: The Power Of Community

Point Park University's Department of Community Engagement presents its February Courageous Conversations series with a panel of speakers who will discuss ways they have experienced the power of community in our region and beyond.

Tuesday, Feb, 19, 2019

public event ·  Point Park University Community Engagement,  201 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222

Point Park University’s Department of Community Engagement presents its February Courageous Conversations series “Love Thy Neighbor: The Power of Community.”

Whether we are celebrating a Black and Gold victory, collaborating to help our neighbors in need, or mourning the loss of lives at the Tree of Life Synagogue, the people are what make Pittsburgh truly special. During times of great joy and great sadness, it’s a sense of community that brings us together for a united cause. Join panelists as they discuss ways they have experienced the power of community in our region and beyond. Hello Neighbor is proud to have one of our board members, Fayezeh Haji Hassan, as one of the feature panelists for this great event!

PANEL OF SPEAKERS

Alan W. Hausman Vice President, Tree of Life Congregation You Can Make a Difference

Gisele Fetterman Founder Free Store 15104 Co-Founder 412 Food Rescue and For Good PGH Love as Your Superpower

Fayezeh Haji Hassan Board Member, Hello Neighbor Welcoming Everyone

Robert L. Skertich, Ph.D. Associate Professor and Director, Public Administration Program Rowland School of Business, Point Park University Deputy Commander, PA-1 Disaster Assistance Team, National Disaster Medical System A Tornado Brings a Community Together

Traci Weatherford-Brown Chief Advancement Officer, Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank Food bank as the first line of defense

This event is free, please pre-register to help the event organizers with logistics and planning.

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Location

Point Park University Community Engagement,  201 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222

Love Thy Neighbor: The Power Of Community

Tuesday, Feb, 19, 2019

public event ·  Point Park University Community Engagement,  201 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222

  • pittsburgh

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