Truly Breaking the Cycle of Poverty – What Works and Why

December 4, 2018

Noon – 1:30 PM

Town Point Club

Join us for lunch and a presentation by Elisabeth (Beth) Babcock, president and CEO of Economic Mobility Pathways (EMPath), a national charitable organization dedicated to creating new pathways to economic independence for low-income women and their families. EMPath is a research and innovations powerhouse consistently delivering new approaches that expedite pathways out of poverty. EMPath’s applied research led to the development of its groundbreaking, Mobility Mentoring® approach, which United Way of South Hampton Roads is committed to fully implementing across its programs. This presentation will explore the approach and discuss how it will help us make strides in breaking the cycle of poverty in our community.
For questions, please contact Cindee Riordan at
or (757) 853-8500 x146.

Space is limited. This invitation is non-transferrable.
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