Poverty Matters Summit 2018 Photo Gallery
The 2018 Poverty Matters Summit – Statewide Edition sponsored by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield was inspiring! The Social Development Commission was honored to co-host this state-wide event with our partner agency, Wisconsin Community Action Program Association. We had great workshops and awesome speakers.
Our keynote speakers Tim Wise and C. Nicole Mason disrupted our norm with their life stories and work experiences. We were educated and inspired by their work that aims to change the policies and systems that keep people in poverty.
We appreciate everyone who attended, every presenter, our planning partners, and all of our sponsors. We look forward to seeing you on October 29-30, 2019!
In the meantime, let’s keep sharing our stories and cultivating our solutions to close the rural-urban divide and improve the communities that we live in. Join SDC’s Facebook Group, SDC Ambassadors, and engage with other like-minded individuals who are taking action to impact our community.
Check out our Facebook page to see more pictures from the Poverty Matters Summit, Statewide Edition.
The 2018 Poverty Matters Summit, Statewide edition would not have been possible without the power of the Social Development Foundation and our supporting sponsors. A special thank you to Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield for being our presenting sponsor this year. We are grateful to all of our Elite, Super Friend, and Ally Sponsors. Your financial contributions and partnership made the Poverty Matters, Statewide Edition a huge success.
Forward Community Investments
Aurora Health Care
United Healthcare Community Plan Wisconsin
My Choice Family Care Inc
Wisconsin Minority Health Program
National Christian Foundation Wisconsin
YWCA Southeast Wisconsin
Medical Society of Milwaukee County
Mutual of America
Advisory Committee Partners
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