Wake Education Partnership Releases Podcast On Annual Meeting
RALEIGH, N.C. – Wake Education Partnership, an independent advocacy organization dedicated to making world-class schools possible in Wake County through business and community involvement, has announced the release of a podcast providing details on the Partnership’s 2007 Annual Meeting. In the podcast, Ann Denlinger, president of Wake Education Partnership, discusses details and registration information for this year’s meeting, titled “United for Success: Courageous Leadership for Our Schools and Our Communities.” The Partnership will host its 2007 Annual Meeting in Raleigh on Thursday, Oct. 11 from 7:30-9:30 a.m. at the McKimmon Conference and Training Center on the North Carolina State University campus.
Wake Education Partnership’s 2007 Annual Meeting will recognize community leadership in public education and celebrate being a united community that embraces success for all students.
“We are excited about this year’s Annual Meeting,” said Denlinger. “This podcast provides listeners with details on the event as well as information on how to attend.”
About Wake Education Partnership:
Wake Ed is an advocacy organization dedicated to making world-class schools possible in Wake County through business and community involvement. The Partnership plays a critical role in bringing people together, raising the level of discussion through capacity building, and brokering information and relationships around key issues in public education. Programs for 2007-08 focus on retaining effective teachers, developing effective education leaders, and ensuring healthy schools for all students. For more information, please visit http://www.WakeEd.org.