Kathy Izard is an award-winning author and speaker who helped bring transformation to Charlotte in homelessness, housing and mental health. Kathy led the development of Moore Place, the city’s first permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless men and women as well as leading the development campaign for HopeWay, Charlotte’s first nonprofit residential mental health treatment center. Her memoir The Hundred Story Home has been featured on NPR as well as the Today Show inspiring people to be changemakers in their communities. In 2019, she released A Good Night for Mr. Coleman, a children’s book written to encourage kids to dream big and Do Good. Kathy is the recipient of a Christopher Award, the Bank of America Neighborhood Hero Award, the NC Housing Volunteer of the Year Award and recognized as a William J. Clinton Distinguished Guest Lecturer.
|July 13, 2019 2:00 pm||Disruptive Discernment: Are you crazy or called?|