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  • March 1, 2016

    Congratulations to LSA member Bill Hanawalt for being named a White House Champion of Change

    Congratulations to Bill Hanawalt, Executive Director of Peace Community Center, for being one of nine people nationally selected as a “White House Champion of Change for Summer Opportunity.” Bill was chosen because of his commitment to advocating for summer learning, meals and violence prevention in Tacoma, Washington. Peace Community Center is a member of the LSA network and Bill has served on our board.


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  • February 19, 2016

    LSA Board Member Wendy Z. Goldstein Named Person of the Year

    LSA congratulates our Board member Wendy Goldstein on being selected as the “Person of the Year” by the Brooklyn Home Reporter, the largest weekly news publication in Brooklyn, NY.


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  • February 18, 2016

    Why Should You Attend the 2016 LSA Annual Conference?

    Join hundreds of Lutheran social ministry leaders for our biggest event of the year as we come together to celebrate LSA's national, strong and trusted network. Called by our shared heritage and mission, we are growing the future of Lutheran social ministry and honoring those we serve.


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  • February 18, 2016

    Thank You for a Successful 2016 LSA CEO Academy!

    During the first week of February, 55 CEOs gathered in Carefree, Arizona for the annual LSA CEO Academy. This was one of our biggest CEO gatherings to date, and focused on the theme of “Leading Through Innovation.”


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  • February 12, 2016

    LSA Disability Network Convenes in Carefree, AZ for 2016 Winter Meeting

    Over 40 individuals representing 17 LSA-DN member organizations met this week in Carefree, AZ for the 2016 Winter Meeting. Attendees focused on addressing the huge issues of DSP recruitment and retention. Using real data from their organizations, Amy Hewitt from the University of Minnesota Institute on Community Integration walked us through what the data says about DSP staffing challenges, what we are currently doing well, and what could be done better.


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