Mentoring as the Ingredients: Collaborating with Community and Faith Based Agencies

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Mentoring projects can enhance communications between the community and faith-based communities. Participants will receive background on mentoring, mentoring and creative communications, and example projects. Community and faith-based communities should come together to discuss ways to enhance communications and create forums. Some suggested areas from the literature and personal experiences from a project will be shared. The Global impact will be discussed.  

Meet the Presenters:

Dr. Cassandra Sligh Conway
photo of CassandraDr. Sligh Conway is a Professor at a rural HBCU. Dr. Sligh Conway is an avid grant writer. In the past, she has been awarded over 1.5 million dollars in grant funds. Currently, she serves on grants related to mentoring students and Disaster Preparedness and Prevention. Her research interests are distance education, working and providing services to persons with disabilities, mentoring faculty and students, digital education, and human resources.  Dr. Sligh Conway has published books, book chapters, and articles related to higher education,  professional development,  advocating for Persons with Disabilities, and Disaster Preparedness and Prevention. 

Dr. Elaine Eskew
photo of ElaineDr. Eskew is a Chaplin and Licensed Social Worker. Rev. Dr. Eskew has served as a Pastor for more than 20 years. She received her DMin in 2014.

Dr. Tobie Pollock
photo of TobieDr. Pollock is a member of the Association of Professional Chaplains and a Board Certified Chaplain. She has years of experience in the arena of Hospice.  She has certification in Clinical Pastoral Education. She is a certified specialist in Pastoral Thanatology. She earned her DMin from Wesley Theological Seminary.