September 20, 2017 | Doors open at 8:00 am
Newton White Mansion
2708 Enterprise Road
Mitchellville, MD 20721
* Those requesting a Core of Knowledge certificate pay just $10
Guest Speaker: William Kellibrew IV
On July 2, 1984, at age 10, William Kellibrew IV witnessed the murders of his mother, Jacqueline and 12-year-old-brother, Anthony, by his mom’s ex-boyfriend in their family living room in Capitol Heights, Maryland. The killer took his own life that day, but not before making William beg for his life at gunpoint.
His pathway to hope, healing, rebuilding, recovery and resilience can be credited to the many mentors, professionals in the mental health system, teachers, friends, professors, supporters and family members who did not give up on him, including his grandmother who raised him and his siblings following the murders.
In 2011, the White House recognized Kellibrew as a ‘Champion of Change’. Read more
8:30 Breakfast and Networking
9:00 Maryland LAUNCH Highlights
9:30 Guest Speaker: William Kellibrew
10:30 Child Care Training: Addressing the Mental Wellness of Preschoolers | Presenter: Paul Armstrong
Please Note: There will be a $10 fee for those attending the training who would like to receive a Core of Knowledge certificate.
Questions? Call 301.772.8420, ext. 1001 or 1002