Join your fellow New Jersey professionals from the nonprofit, government, healthcare, and education sectors to learn how we connect people to social services in your area.

We’ll discuss how an open social care network best serves the interests of people in need, how to take advantage of free eligibility, intake, and reporting tools for nonprofits, and tips & tricks to spend less time qualifying and more time helping people.

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Your Speakers

Hannah Thompson is a Community Engagement Manager on the Aunt Bertha team. Hannah graduated from Duquesne University with a Bachelors in Health Management Systems. During her time in Pittsburgh, she worked with local nonprofits such as Catholic Charities and the Pittsburgh YMCA. After graduating, Hannah moved back to her home in Massachusetts and pursued a Master’s Degree in Health Communications from Tufts Medical School. Hannah now lives in Austin, TX and loves working with organizations to understand community needs and insight action.

Vonetta Robinson is a dedicated community engagement professional with 15+ years of experience leading initiatives in organization management and administration. At Aunt Bertha she spearheads efforts to motivate, recruit, and develop partnerships with community based organizations to access social services in the Philadelphia area.

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