A National Resource to Support Excellence in Community Action

2020 Annual (Virtual) Conference – SEACAA

Southeastern Association of Community Action Agencies

November 4-6

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Conference agenda

Pre-Conference Training (Monday, Nov. 2)

Navigating the Moment: COVID-19 Best Practices & Strategies (separate no-cost registration required)

General Sessions

General Opening Session, Lex Gillette, Four-time Paralympic medalist and Motivational Speaker “No Need for Sight When You Have a Vision®”

Legislative Update, David Bradley, Co-Founder & CEO, NCAF

Virtual Jeopardy: Region IV-A vs. Region IV-B

SEACAA Annual Awards Luncheon

Partners Update Session

Closing with remarks featuring: William Holt, Board Chair, The Agricultural & Labor Program, Inc. and Board President, Southeastern Association of Community Action Agencies, FL

Workshop Sessions

Wednesday, November 4

  • Managing Operations & The Post Pandemic Workplace
  • Technology Opportunities & Risk Mitigation
  • Eating to Live: Cooking Demo with Chef Craig

Thursday, November 5

  • Getting Your Message Out Through the Media
  • How to work with toxic people
  • Considerations in Employment Law relating to COVID-19
  • Grants Management Update 2020

Friday, November 6

  • Storytelling: How to Effectively tell the story of Community Action
  • Fund Development Strategies

SEACAA Annual Awards

Learn more about SEACAA’s Awards including selection criteria and the nomination process.

Lonnie D. Burton Achievement Award to an Individual who, through the assistance of a Community Action Program, has achieved a significant level of self-sufficiency and independence while recognition is given to the local Community Action Agency’s role in helping the nominee(s) to help themselves.  This award focuses on the personal progress and achievements of the individuals who are nominated.  CAA employees are not eligible for this award unless they are former recipients of CAA services.

William “Sonny” Walker Self-Sufficiency Award to a Member Organization of SEACAA or one whose interests SEACAA represents, not to an individual, although individual leadership will spur the award winning achievement(s).

Carl D. Perkins Human Service Award to be presented to an Individual who consistently advocated and/or contributed to the growth, development and survival of Community Action Programs throughout Region IV (southeast).


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