The Convo featuring Carolene Mays-Medley

The Leadership Indianapolis series The Convo provides opportunities to learn more about community leaders, organizations, issues and opportunities in our city. The Convo is presented in partnership with the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper.

In this conversation you will meet Carolene Mays-Medley, Executive Director of the White River State Park Development Commission and Moderator of SKL Class XLII. The month of September is recognized as National Suicide Prevention Month and Carolene bravely shares her past struggles with suicide and domestic violence among other things to hopefully encourage others. “I believe that when we go through things in life we should use them to help others,” Carolene Mays-Medley.

Resources Mentioned in The Convo:

White River State Park

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

The Convo featuring Shannon Williams

“During times such as these… it’s important to lead not only with integrity but with courage,” Shannon Williams.

The Leadership Indianapolis series The Convo provides opportunities to learn more about community leaders, organizations, issues and opportunities in our city.

In this conversation you will meet Shannon Williams, Senior Vice President of Community Engagement for The Mind Trust and graduate of SKL Class XXXVII. Connecting to high-speed internet is a necessity in our present reality yet, according to the FCC more than 21 million people are without that access. The Mind Trust has organized Community Learning Sites to help make sure that our community’s most marginalized have the tools they need.

Resources Mentioned in The Convo:

Community Learning Sites