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Last week, IMPACT Directors Sarah Misailidis and Nina Smith participated in the first annual @ColorComm Conference in Miami. The conference brought 200 women of color in #communications together with the goal to connect, refuel, and refocus. #IMPACTYourWorld #Colorcomm #c2miami

Last week, IMPACT Directors Sarah Misailidis and Nina Smith participated in the first annual @ColorComm Conference in Miami. The conference brought 200 women of color in #communications together with the goal to connect, refuel, and refocus. #IMPACTYourWorld #Colorcomm #c2miami

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Yesterday, we met with select members of the National Youth Council from the Republic of Congo. We learned so much from the candid discussion focusing on #employment and #education issues that youth face. We look forward to continuing the international dialogue in the months ahead. #IMPACTYourWorld

Yesterday, we met with select members of the National Youth Council from the Republic of Congo. We learned so much from the candid discussion focusing on #employment and #education issues that youth face. We look forward to continuing the international dialogue in the months ahead. #IMPACTYourWorld

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Last week, IMPACT Directors Sarah Misailidis and Nina Smith participated in the first annual @ColorComm Conference in Miami. The conference brought 200 women of color in #communications together with the goal to connect, refuel, and refocus. #IMPACTYourWorld #Colorcomm #c2miami

Last week, IMPACT Directors Sarah Misailidis and Nina Smith participated in the first annual @ColorComm Conference in Miami. The conference brought 200 women of color in #communications together with the goal to connect, refuel, and refocus. #IMPACTYourWorld #Colorcomm #c2miami

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Yesterday, we met with select members of the National Youth Council from the Republic of Congo. We learned so much from the candid discussion focusing on #employment and #education issues that youth face. We look forward to continuing the international dialogue in the months ahead. #IMPACTYourWorld

Yesterday, we met with select members of the National Youth Council from the Republic of Congo. We learned so much from the candid discussion focusing on #employment and #education issues that youth face. We look forward to continuing the international dialogue in the months ahead. #IMPACTYourWorld

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#‎Share‬ Congrats to our ‪#‎July‬ IMPACT Leader of the Month Dr. Staci Arnold!

Dr. Staci Arnold is a board certified ‪#‎pediatrician‬ who specializes in pediatric hematology and ‪#‎stemcell‬ transplantation. She works with children who are undergoing stem cell transplantation for noncancerous disorders, such as sickle cell anemia, aplastic anemia, and thalassemia.

#‎Share‬ Congrats to our ‪#‎July‬ IMPACT Leader of the Month Dr. Staci Arnold!

Dr. Staci Arnold is a board certified ‪#‎pediatrician‬ who specializes in pediatric hematology and ‪#‎stemcell‬ transplantation. She works with children who are undergoing stem cell transplantation for noncancerous disorders, such as sickle cell anemia, aplastic anemia, and thalassemia.

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by @yesbrandon “Supporters of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 celebrate invocation of # cloture in the U.S. Senate. 
Today, cloture is an integral part of Senate procedure,  however, in 1964 Senators were averse to “limiting debate” and had only done so once in 35 years. 
The 71-29 vote ended 57 days of debate, the longest debate since the cloture rule had been adopted in 1917.

In all the 1964 civil rights debate in the US Senate lasted 83 days.

The cloture vote set up a 73-27 roll call vote for final passage in the US Senate  and signing of the bill by President Johnson on this day in 1964.” via @PhotoRepost_app

by @yesbrandon “Supporters of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 celebrate invocation of # cloture in the U.S. Senate.
Today, cloture is an integral part of Senate procedure, however, in 1964 Senators were averse to “limiting debate” and had only done so once in 35 years.
The 71-29 vote ended 57 days of debate, the longest debate since the cloture rule had been adopted in 1917.

In all the 1964 civil rights debate in the US Senate lasted 83 days.

The cloture vote set up a 73-27 roll call vote for final passage in the US Senate and signing of the bill by President Johnson on this day in 1964.” via @PhotoRepost_app

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IMPACT was proud to be a part of an amazing #philanthropy movement in DC this past weekend. We partnered with one of our former IMPACT Leaders of the Month, Ebonie ( @friendsofebonie), for the 2014 Changing the Face of Philanthropy Summit. #cfp14 #impactyourworld

IMPACT was proud to be a part of an amazing #philanthropy movement in DC this past weekend. We partnered with one of our former IMPACT Leaders of the Month, Ebonie ( @friendsofebonie), for the 2014 Changing the Face of Philanthropy Summit. #cfp14 #impactyourworld

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IMPACT is proud to be a part of an amazing philanthropy movement in Washington, D.C. This weekend, IMPACT partnered with Friends of Ebonie, LLC for the 2014 Changing the Face of #Philanthropy Summit. 

We applaud our 2013 IMPACT Leader Ebonie Johnson Cooper for being a mover and shaker in this space. We discussed the importance of board leadership, mentoring, social innovation and more. The summit ended with a mock pitch competition! 

Learn more about the conference: www.changingthefacesummit.com
Find the #CFP14 hashtag on Twitter/FB for pictures and useful tips about philanthropy

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