Learning & Leadership Summit

Collective Effort - Collective Impact

March 3 - 4, 2015
The Friday Center, Chapel Hill, NC

When we work collectively to build safe, stable, nurturing and responsive communities where children can grow and thrive, we all share the benefits of a more prosperous state and more hopeful future.  Across North Carolina, organizations and individuals are working toward making this future possible by implementing innovative programs and strategies, advocating for policies that put families first, and making the investments today that will pay dividends for future generations.  By working collaboratively, these strategies have created significant long-term impacts for children and are the kinds of innovations we need in this time of increased accountability.  With nationally recognized speakers and a diverse array of workshops, Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina's Learning & Leadership Summit offers insight into the latest research, strategies for increasing protective factors, effective implementation, public awareness and advocacy.

Keynote Speakers

Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina is currently accepting proposals for keynotes and speakers.  Click on "Presenters" tab to the left for more information.


CEU Credits

CEU Credits will be available for this Summit.  More information about CEU Credits will be available when registration opens.


Registration opens Fall 2014.


Our Summit is an excellent opportunity for your organization to connect with over 400 direct service practitioners, social workers, public health professionals, non-profit directors and administrators, local and state government personnel, leading advocacy experts and other professionals from across North Carolina. By exhibiting at this event, you will be able to interact with hundreds of attendees, inform them about your products and services, and network with others who work in your field. And, this is a wonderful way to support the professionals who are directly helping North Carolina’s children grow up in safe, stable and nurturing families.

Click here for information on becoming an exhibitor.

For More Information

Contact La-Mine Givens (lgivens@preventchildabusenc.org), Training Coordinator if you have any questions or need more information.

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