MEETING ON FEBRUARY 12, 2022, ON ZOOM, 10:30 AM

Our speaker will be Kim Talkoff, a nurse from the Bronx, NY, who became an elementary school teacher in North Carolina and discovered the great learning gap between white and black students and that the seeds of disparity are cultivated in the early grades.

Kim has an MA in the Art of Teaching, a BA in visual arts, a Master’s in Interactive Communications.

Please join us to hear Kim talk about this great disparity in schools everywhere.

To receive your Zoom link, or for more information, please email Phyllis:  phyllis.leimer@att.net, or call 910-399-2809.

All are welcome – and invite a friend!

OUR NEXT MEETING WILL BE SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 2022, AT 10:30 AM, ON ZOOM

Our speaker will be Chief Donny Williams of the Wilmington Police Department.

Chief  Williams will address policies and community issues in Wilmington and update us on their training programs.

Chief Williams was unanimously appointed Chief by the City Council on June 23, 2020,  A native of Wilmington, he has been employed by the police department for more than 29 years.

Throughout his career has worked in various patrol and specialized assignments including Crime Prevention, DARE, Housing, Criminal Investigations Division, and Patrol.

Chief Williams holds a BA degree from Mt. Olive College in Management and Organizational Development and is a graduate of the Administrative Officers Program at North Carolina State.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR RECEIVE A ZOOM LINK FOR THE MEETING, PLEASE EMAIL phyllis.leimer@att.net, or call 910-399-2809