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Relevanza's Steve Hart On Gulf Coast Live with Valarie Edwards — Relevanza

Relevanza's Steve Hart On Gulf Coast Live with Valarie Edwards — Relevanza | White House invites Community Leaders | Scoop.it
July 13, 2011 on Gulf Coast Live on WGCU Public Media, Valarie Edwards interviews Steve Hart, Relevanza & Immokalee Community Redevelopment Agency about his upcoming trip to the White House Community Leaders Briefing Series on July 15th, 2011.
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Beltway bound: Two Naples community leaders tapped for White House visit

Beltway bound: Two Naples community leaders tapped for White House visit | White House invites Community Leaders | Scoop.it
It’s not every day you get an email inviting you to the White House, but that’s exactly what two Naples residents recently found in their inboxes.
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Relevanza co-founder to White House — Relevanza

Relevanza co-founder to White House — Relevanza | White House invites Community Leaders | Scoop.it
Relevanza co-founder Steve Hart has been invited to the White House on July 15 for a briefing by Obama Administration agency leaders and officials on a wide range of issues.
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The White House Community Leaders Briefing Series | The White House

The White House Community Leaders Briefing Series | The White House | White House invites Community Leaders | Scoop.it
The briefing series is a unique opportunity for grassroots leaders to come to Washington to hear directly from White House officials on the issues that are affecting communities across the country and learn more about the President’s priorities and initiatives from the people that work on them every day. In return, Administration staff gets to hear what’s going on in cities and towns across the country directly from the experts – the grassroots leaders.

Participants are local leaders who are currently involved in their cities and towns at the grassroots level – in their neighborhoods, schools, churches, non-profit organizations, environmental groups, activist and advocacy groups, etc. and who are continuously invested in improving their own communities. The event is looking for those that can bring their successes, challenges, and ideas directly to the White House to help improve the conversation between the grassroots and Washington .
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