Meet the Neighborhood Connectors - Kate

In March 2016, Kate Kananura joined the CTC team as the new Neighborhood Connector for the Us Making it Happen in Southeast Memphis Shalom Zone. Here, Kate tells us a little about herself and what she's learned in her time as a Neighborhood Connector. Can you tell me a little about yourself? Where are you from? What brought you to Memphis? I am originally from Uganda and I have lived in Tennessee for almost nine years. My family and I lived in Jackson TN for a couple of years and moved to Memphis due to a new job offer to my husband. It was also an opportunity for me to attend graduate school at University of Memphis. What are some things you like to do in your free time? I am family-oriente

Meet the Neighborhood Connectors - Meet Ashley

In March 2016, Ashley Black joined the CTC team as the new South Memphis Neighborhood Connector. Here, Ashley tells us a little about herself and her connections to South Memphis. Can you tell us a little about yourself? Where are you from? Well, I'm a Memphian. I grew up in the Binghampton and Mitchell Heights area, but many of my family are from South Memphis and I attend church there, at Greater New Salem Missionary Baptist Church. I attended East High School as a honors student in the engineering optional program. While there I participated in a lot of things, including engineering, marching band, student council, and the National Honor Society. After high school, I gained a bachelors de

Meet the Neighborhood Connectors

Earlier this year, we posted that Jasmine Champion would be leaving CTC and her role as the first South Memphis Neighborhood Connector. Since then, we have been very excited to have two new Neighborhood Connectors join our team. Ashley Black is the new Neighborhood Connector for the South Memphis Shalom Zone, and Kate Kananura is the new Neighborhood Connector for the Us Making It Happen in Southeast Memphis Shalom Zone. In this video, meet Kate and Ashley and learn about their experiences so far – what a Neighborhood Connector does and how their time as Neighborhood Connectors has changed the way their view their communities.

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