“The best part is the chance to network and share ideas. I feel recharged after being with so many likeminded folks.”

–Carol James Steegman

“My Top 3 reasons to attend the national conference: (1) relationships—creating social capital, being with likeminded people, and peer support; (2) learning opportunities for all sectors—graduates, nurses, criminal justice, community, and education; (3) encouragement—being lifted up and inspired to go back to your community and change the world.”

–Treasure McKenzie

Are you ready to submit your proposal to present at Addressing the Challenges of Poverty? aha! Process is now accepting proposals for presentations for the 2020 conference scheduled for September 20–22 in San Antonio, Texas.

You can also take advantage of early-bird pricing by registering for the conference before March 1.

This conference embodies what Bridges Out of Poverty is all about. Practitioners from a diverse range of communities will come together to share best practices, strategies, tips for eradicating poverty, and methods to build the resources of individuals and promote community sustainability.

We’ll cover a wide spectrum of topics: building Bridges communities, Getting Ahead in a Just-Gettin’-By World, healthcare, faith/family, criminal justice, business, K–12, and higher education.

The deadline for submission of your proposal is Friday, April 30, 2020.

Submit your proposal using our online submission form, and don’t forget to start inviting others to join you in September.