Community Dialogue Book ClubName: Community Dialogue Book ClubDate: June 29, 2020Time: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM EDTWebsite: Register via ZoomEvent Description:
The Henry County community is invited to join the discussion around Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion centered around the book Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell. Organized by the Henry Chamber, a panel discussion with Chamber President & CEO Joseph Henning, CEO of WebMobileFusion and Chamber Chair-Elect Lincoln Parks, Jay Dockweiler Pastor of the Church at SouthEdge, and Ofc. Harrison Smith from the Community Relations Unit (C.R.U.) of the Henry County Police Department.
Meet Our Panelists:
CEO, WebMobileFusion, Chair-Elect, Henry County Chamber of Commerce
Lincoln’s company, WebMobileFusion, Inc., has served as a marketing arm for many businesses in and around the Southeast. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from DeVry University in Technical Management & Business Entrepreneurship. With over 15 years of speaking, corporate marketing, and most importantly, in-the-trenches business experience, his view is radically different. Lincoln appreciates the importance of marketing and believes it’s a day-to-day choice that allows businesses to maintain great relationships. He assures listeners that it’s not about how many followers or likes you get—it’s about positively connecting with your audience and taking advantage of a strategy that’ll cause your business to constantly flourish.
Pastor, The Church at SouthEdge
Jay is a husband, father of three, and has been a resident of Henry County since 2002. During his professional career, he has been an educator, a coach, a marketer, a college administrator, and continues to serve as a local community volunteer and as a part of a nonprofit doing community development work in Uganda, Africa. He currently serves as Pastor of The Church at SouthEdge in Henry County. SouthEdge utilizes participatory conversation and purposeful practice as the primary methods of learning and living the way of Jesus.
Officer Harrison Smith
Community Relations Unit (C.R.U.)
Field Training Officer
Ofc. Smith joined the Henry County Police Department in 2011. Ofc. Smith currently works in the C.R.U. (Community Relations Unit), but spent the previous 8 years working the road on Morning and Day Watch. Ofc. Smith is a Field Training Officer, a member of the department's peer support team, C.I.T./C.I.T. youth certified, and has extensive training on CISM (critical incident and stress management). Ofc. Smith has a passion for serving his community and making a positive impact on today’s youth. Ofc. Smith grew up in Henry County and currently resides in Locust Grove. Ofc. Smith is married (7 years) and has a 2-year-old son.