Mon Sep 20, 2021

Three local leaders graduate from REDI

Devoria Berry, Latoya Beatty and Susan Rockel, left to right, were selected for and successfully completed the 2019 N.C. Rural Center’s Rural Economic Development Institute (REDI).


Three Columbus County residents recently completed rural leadership training at the N.C. Rural Center. They include Latoya Beatty, MD, MPH, founder of her newly designed organization, Alumni in Action: Bolton and Neighbors Recovery Team; Devoria Berry, CEO of Community Support Agency; and Susan Rockel, manager of the Columbus

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