The purpose of Agenda Latina is to strengthen the connections between the Latino community leadership and organizations with the state of Ohio. This event is focused on Latino non-profits and grassroots organizations interested in increasing skills, exchanging information among executive directors, program managers, and key staff while increasing capacity for Latino serving organizations.
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Trauma Informed Care During the Pandemic: Emphasis on Children session presented by Kim Kehl, Mental Health Administrator, OhioMHAS Dr. Marilyn Sampilo, Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health, Cleveland Clinic.
Minority Communities – Targets for disinformation through Social Media session presented by Frank LaRose, Secretary of State.
The Legal Landscape, What the Latino Community Needs to know session presented by Laura Jurcevich of Counsel, J.D., Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP.
Ohio’s Department of Education – Serving Vulnerable Populations: Panel and Q & A Session moderated by Matthew Imperato, M.Ed, Vulnerable Youth Services Manager, Office of Integrated Student Support and ODE Panel Donna Villareal, Educational Program Specialist, EL Specialist on the panel, Alexandra Nardo, Administrative Staff, Family Engagement Specialist on the panel, Emily Jordan, Education Program Specialist, Social-Emotional Learning Specialist on the panel, LM Clinton, Program Administrator, 3rd Grade Reading Guarantee Specialist on the panel, Wendy Grove, Exempt EDC EMP, Early Learning Specialist on the panel.
Food Insecurity: Before and After COVID-19 session presented by Dr. Marilyn Sampilo, Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health, Cleveland Clinic.