St. Louis Regional Community Network Meeting and Workshop
October 3, 2019
9:15am-10:15am - Meeting
10:30am- 11:30am - Workshop
**Look closely at altered schedule**
4401 Hampton Ave, St. Louis, MO 63109
We will be having an abbreviated Community Network meeting and then we will be hosting an hour long Workshop conducted by LAMP Interpreters. The details for the workshop are below:
"How to Work with an Interpreter"
Participants will learn how to communicate effectively with LEP (Limited English Proficient) clients via an interpreter. They will be shown guidelines and tips on how to work with an interpreter for clear communication.
Participants will also learn the roles of a professionally trained interpreter and understand why family members and friends are inappropriate choices for an interpreter.
Hannah began her work with CATE in May 2018 as one of Healing Action's AmeriCorps VISTA members. She split her time working with the Operations Director of Healing Action to evaluate the agency's programming and with the Executive Director to create and begin implementing a strategic plan for the Coalition. Hannah completed her AmeriCorps VISTA term on July 26, 2019 and is staying on with the Coalition as an AmeriCorps State Community Educator beginning August 1, 2019.
As the Community Educator, Hannah will:
Plan, coordinate and conduct educational and training activities for community members
Develop collaborative relationships with other organizations working to address the needs of victims of trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation, including community organizations, foundations, local government agencies, institutions of higher education and local education agencies or organizations to promote CATE’s missions and goals
Coordinate and co-facilitate CATE meetings and communicate effectively with coalition members to promote collaboration, negotiation, and problem solving
Hannah has a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health Studies with a concentration in Community Health from East Carolina University in Greenville, NC. She has a passion for using her Public Health knowledge to advance the wellness of a community and to spark social change.Hannah finds importance in individuals using what they know and applying it to fields other than their own. She believes Community Education and Social Justice are fields that benefit from a Public Health perspective.