Regina Lawrence (CEBL) Recognized in Norfolk

Pioneer in Evidence-Based Leadership & Organizational Development Recognized

Pioneer leader in evidence-based leadership and organizational development, Regina Lawrence, President and CEO, STOP Inc, is honored at the African American Trail Blazers Award ceremonies in Norfolk, VA Feb. 2nd.

In April 2014 Ms. Lawrence led STOP Inc. through the rigorous process of becoming an Certified as An Evidence-Based Organization (CEBO), the first of its kind following the launch of the certification program in 2013. (Learn more here) The organization has since garnered other noteworthy credentials.

STOP Inc (Supporting Transformational Opportunities for People) was created in 1965 as the designated Community Action Agency to serve the Southeastern Tidewater Virginia area.
Governed by a dedicated board of directors, STOP employs more than 37 highly skilled staff members who implement 15 programs with funding from 11 Federal, State, Local, and Private sources.

Learn more about the organization and support work it does via their website at, www.stopinc.org.
Congratulations Regina! You have worked so very hard. You deserve it.

 

Pioneer in Evidence-Based Leadership & Organizational Development Recognized

Pioneer leader in evidence-based leadership and organizational development, Regina Lawrence, President and CEO, STOP Inc, is honored at the African American Trail Blazers Award ceremonies in Norfolk, VA Feb. 2nd.

In April 2014 Ms. Lawrence led STOP Inc. through the rigorous process of becoming an Certified as An Evidence-Based Organization (CEBO), the first of its kind following the launch of the certification program in 2013. (Learn more here) The organization has since garnered other noteworthy credentials.

STOP Inc (Supporting Transformational Opportunities for People) was created in 1965 as the designated Community Action Agency to serve the Southeastern Tidewater Virginia area.
Governed by a dedicated board of directors, STOP employs more than 37 highly skilled staff members who implement 15 programs with funding from 11 Federal, State, Local, and Private sources.

Learn more about the organization and support work it does via their website at, www.stopinc.org.
Congratulations Regina! You have worked so very hard. You deserve it.

 

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