By OBSERVER Newsroom
Local residents are invited to a free professional development and networking event featuring motivational entertainer Kevin Bracy on Thursday, Nov. 10.
The event is hosted by United Way California Capital Region’s Young Leaders Society and will include light appetizers, beer and wine, and the opportunity to network with local leaders and professionals. The event is scheduled to be held from 5:00-7:30 p.m. at Deloitte, located at 980 9th Street in downtown Sacramento.
Guests must be 21 or older to attend. The event is free and open to the public, but donations will be accepted to support United Way’s digital equity program that is working to ensure everyone has equal access to technology and the internet. To reserve tickets, visit YLSspeakerKevinBracy.eventbrite.com.
“We are excited to bring Kevin Bracy to this fun and inspiring event so Sacramento professionals can enjoy time together and some drinks and appetizers as they learn how to achieve greatness by making a difference in their community,” said Dr. Dawnté Early, president and CEO, United Way California Capital Region.
Bracy is a motivational entertainer, executive producer, speaking coach and author. Over his 26-year career, he has spoken to millions of people. As Sacramento’s top speaker in education, Bracy has made it his mission to “dream global, but focus local,” and has been actively partnering with California schools for the past 10 years to help shift their culture and climate with his Each One REACH One message. He speaks more than 200 times a year to audiences ages 4 to 94, encouraging them all to be the greatest version of themselves and to positively reach out to one other person in kindness every day. For more information, visit KevinBracy.com.
United Way California Capital Region has been working to fight poverty for nearly 100 years by creating stronger, healthier, more compassionate communities, now serving Amador, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties. The local United Way has found one place in each community to reach the most families in need: School is square one for ending family poverty. United Way uses its Square One approach to end poverty for local families by helping children excel in school, investing in families, and strengthening schools with resources to address increased poverty and deep roots of racial inequality. To learn more and make a donation, visit YourLocalUnitedWay.org.