The Washington DC Chapter of IFE Presents:
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EVENT:  Celebrating the life & legacy of Iris McLaurin Southall

DATE:  Saturday, February 16, 2019

TIME:  2 – 4 pm

PLACE:  6513 Queens Chapel Rd.
               (
Riverdale Presbyterian Church)
               University Park, MD 20782

SPONSORED BY: Barbara McNair Mitchell, Cheryl Robinson, Natalie Scott, and Phyllis Tucker-Saunders


 
Iris McLaurin-Southall
(Sunrise Feb. 15, 1956 – Sunset Sep. 5, 2017)
Workforce Development Mgr., DC Housing Authority

Iris McLaurin-Southall's great passion is meeting needs and moving residents toward greater self-sufficiency. She is Family Services Coordinator, District of Columbia Housing Authority, Office of Resident Services, where she works with Resident Council organizations that represent the 5,000 families that reside in DCHA public housing. For her passionate efforts to make a difference in Greater Washington, DC, she was nominated by the Executive Director as the Agency's 2011 CITYYEAR recipient of the Idealist of Year Award. Her recent signature project, developed for the Office of Resident Services, is a fatherhood initiative called Pathways to Restoration: Helping Custodial/Non-Custodial Fathers Build Healthy Families and Strong Communities. To her role as Family Services Coordinator, Ms. McLaurin-Southall brings more than three decades of community organization and program/project development experience. She holds a bachelor's degree in secondary education from Shaw University, an M.A. in public relations from Ohio State University, and project management certificates from various corporate training programs.
Source:

Coordinating Council on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

 https://www.juvenilecouncil.gov/materials/2012_02/Southall.html