Meet CTC's Board of Directors - New Members

Editors note: In the spring of 2018, three new board members joined the CTC team. Each brings experience and connections as accomplished leaders in their respective industries. They each will greatly enhance CTC's ability to achieve the vision that every Memphis neighborhood be a place that anyone would gladly call home. Please join us in welcoming Cynthia, Sarah and Eureka! Cynthia Allen is the Community Involvement Manager for Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation. She has been with Baptist Memorial Health Care for almost 15 years. As a graduate of Christian Brothers University, Cynthia has been recognized among Memphis Business Journal’s Top 40 Under 40 and Memphis Woman Magazine’s 50

Rev. James Lawson encourages Young Adults

Rev. James Lawson has been one of the leading voices for Civil Rights and social justice in the world for more than five decades. He was also one of the visionaries behind the Communities of Shalom movement. In April, Rev. Lawson visited Memphis as part of a week of events commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. While in Memphis, Rev. Lawson requested to meet with young community leaders working through Communities of Shalom. We convened a group of youth and young adults from the Shalom Zones for dinner and conversation, and afterwards they shared their thoughts about the experience. Hear what they had to say in the video below.

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