MONDAY, 3 to 4 P.M. | MILL RACE CENTER, MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM 2
Presenters: William Glick and Katie Yankura-Swacha
Mr. Glick has over 35 years experience in the non-profit field, most of that time having been spent as a CEO or ED.
He has presented dozens of workshops, panel discussions, and keynotes at conferences throughout the country and has spoken on topics that varied from child abuse prevention to non-profit fiscal management.
In 2013, he was fortunate to have been named as Indiana’s Friend of the Child for his advocacy work on the local, state, and national levels.
Katie Yankura-Swacha, and she is a Ph.D. candidate in Rhetoric and a graduate of the English Department at Purdue University. She is a co-author of the Well-Fed Cookbook.
The Well-Fed Cookbook is the product of a unique collaboration between The Center@ Jenks Rest in Lafayette, IN and a Business Writing Class at Purdue University.
It is an example of how such a collaboration can bring the community and the classroom together, and how students and seniors can bridge the generation gap.
The product of the collaboration is a published cookbook that provides a variety of easy, healthy recipes using ingredients commonly distributed in a senior grocery program.