90by30's sixth annual Conference will take place at Lane Community College's Center for Meeting and Learning on October 26, and we'd love to have you there. This year's conference is designed to provide opportunities to learn, connect, and discover new strategies and concepts in child abuse prevention. Conference participants will include members of 90by30, nonprofit staff and volunteers, government workers, educators, students, and community members. Our goal is to challenge people to connect with both traditional and non-traditional partners. Early-bird tickets are $125, and you can register here.
A detailed schedule is below:
State of the County: Child Abuse Prevention Efforts
Plenary 1: Spotlight on Friends of the Children - a K-12 professional mentorship program to break generational poverty so that children and youth thrive. It is a national program founded by Duncan Campbell and headquartered in Portland. Speakers include Founder Duncan Campbell, Director of Research Susan Walsh, and program participant Patrick Kindred.
Plenary 2: K(no)w More - a call-to-action media campaign
Keynote: Carmen Urbina, Deputy Director of the Oregon Department of Education speaks on "Making Connections: Traditional and Non-Traditional Partners."
Recognitions and Appreciations
Lunch/Finding and Making Connections Resource Fair