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2018 Community Chat: Pulse of the City  (Cancelled Event)

Community Chat--Pulse of teh City

 Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Location: North Charleston High School
Time: 6:20pm

Come and experience:
 an opportunity to learn more about Charleston County's 10-year Comprehensive Plan and the latest happenings in the City of North Charleston.

Guest Speakers:
Henry Darby--Charleston County Council Member
Mike Brown--City of North Charleston Council Member

2018 World AIDS Day: 

Educate.Empower & Bringing Awareness to HIV

 Date: Saturday, December 1, 2018 
Location: Charleston County Main Library Auditorium
                      68 Calhoun Street, Charleston,SC 29401
Time: 9:30 am-11:30aam

Come and experience:
 a screening of the short film, A Silver Lining, written by Monique Howell and produced by Stephanie Greene. 

Guest Panelists:
Adam Weaver--Palmetto Community Care
Asia Rivers--MUSC/ Lowcountry World AIDS Day Committee Member
Dr. Zakevia Lewis-Kendrick--MUSC Ryan White Program

Free Confidential HIV/STD Testing will be avaliable
2018 WAD Poster Contest Winner will be Announced

World AIDS Day 2018: Meet Our Panel Guest

Adam Weaver-- Palmetto Community Care 

Adam oversees all the testing, prevention programs, and educational/community outreach events for Palmetto Community Care.The best part of his job,  Adam says, is “being able to be actively engaged in the work of building a healthier, stronger, more informed community.” Adam has a bachelor’s degree in education from Boston University and a master’s degree in instructional accommodation from Francis Marion University.

Asia Rivers--MUSC/ Lowcountry World AIDS Day Committee Member

Asia Rivers is a graduate of the College of Charleston, majoring with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health and minor in communication. She is a member of the World AIDS Day Committee and volunteers in the community to educate and bring awareness to the importance of HIV prevention, especially with adolescents and young adults.

Dr. Zakevia Lewis-Kendrick--MUSC Ryan White Program
Zakevia is employed at the Medical University of South Carolina, Department of Infectious Disease as a Social Worker/ Case Manager and a professor at Limestone College, Social Work Department. 
She has over 12 years experience as an educator, counselor, and clinical therapist interacting with families of all types in South Carolina. Zakevia a graduate of Argosy University where she earned her Doctoral degree (Ed.D.) in Pastoral Community Counseling/Counseling Psychology, her MSW (Master Degree in Social Work )from the University of South Carolina, and her BSW (Bachelors Degree in Social Work) from Limestone College.