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Social Distancing as a Skill Set in a COVID Environment

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The current COVID-19 outbreak is a global crisis and an opportunity for leaders to support their customers and communities. COVID has created waves that are rippling through the economy with record high unemployment and industry-specific effects that disproportionately impact low-income workers. Leading in a caring, empathetic manner during these difficult times has the potential to create real connections that will outlive the social and economic impacts of the pandemic. Socially conscious organizations across sectors and geographies are finding ways to get involved and support their customers and communities. Attend this session to learn about strategies the panelists have incorporated in their organization’s service delivery models to continue operations for SNAP E&T participants into what may be the “new normal.”

  • James Sanchez, Goodwill of Colorado
  • Candice Sporhase-White, Goodwill of Colorado
  • Les Johnson, ARCHS
  • Steven Ingram, Better Family Life
  • Ramona Mundwiller, Missouri Community College Association
Page updated: November 22, 2023