Kenchen has more than 20 years of experience in the field of community and economic development, with extensive experience in affordable housing and business development, contract negotiation and management. She was admitted to the North Carolina Bar in Kenchen grew up in rural eastern North Carolina and began her career as a teacher in Bertie County. She has served on a number of local and national boards, is a gifted mentor to young people in her community, and enjoys spending time with her family. Contact Tara at or tkenchen ncinitiative. Askew joined the Initiative in as a Program Coordinator, overseeing the internship program.
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That cool, refreshing breeze you feel blowing through Rocky Mount might just be the welcome winds of change. The rehabilitation of the Douglas Block, which is bringing six buildings back to life in the historic African-American business district, is another. It shows what you can do. As sidewalks are being widened downtown, the ambitious Rocky Mount Pedestrian Plan is promoting a network of paths, greenways and safe crossings designed to make the community friendlier to those on foot. While Streetscape unfolds — it is scheduled for completion in late or early — ambitious visioning for the entire two-county area is in the works. One example is: the importance of preparing students for success in the growing global economy, a critical goal for new Nash Rocky Mount Public Schools superintendent Dr. Anthony Jackson.
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Sun, Jan 5, pm. Tue, Nov 19, pm. Kroger Field, Lexington, Kentucky.
Eva C. Phillips, Dr. Amy Scrinzi, and Marylee Sease. Purpose : To foster a strong network of early learning educators that can support each other in providing child-centered, play-based, engaging and rigorous experiences for young children.