Join UCS for the 2021 Virtual Human Service Summit. This year’s Summit will unveil the Johnson County Municipalities Community Housing Tool Kit and will discuss implementation strategies following the recently released Johnson County Municipalities Community Housing Study, a part of a multi-year Healthy Communities Initiative addressing safe, stable, attainable housing across all ages and stages of life for those who live and work in Johnson County. The event includes a community conversation on racial equity, inclusion and belonging.
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
8:30 a.m. — 12:00 p.m.
Click here to register for virtual attendance.
The event will feature a presentation and discussion with co-chairs of Governor Kelly’s Commission on Racial Equity and Justice: Dr. Tiffany Anderson, Superintendent of Topeka Public Schools USD 501, and Dr. Shannon Portillo, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs KU Edwards Campus & School of Professional Studies. Our presenters will also be a part of a panel discussion which will include Sean Casserley, Director of the Johnson County Library which convenes Race Project KC.
This is a unique, highly interactive opportunity to come together with representatives from various community sectors who care deeply about Johnson County. Our community’s economic vitality and sustainability is only as healthy as those who live and work in it.