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"I want to be more open to others.  I want to accept others for who they are.  I want to change my personal ways, so I will be more accepting."  
 
-2010 Youth Leadership Conference Delegate from Page High School
Youth Leadership Conference
NCCJ News & Notes
Spring 2010
 
Jody
 Jody Clayton Joins the NCCJ Team
 
NCCJ is excited to announce the addition of Jody Clayton to the program team. Jody joins NCCJ with experience in marketing, education, human relations and a desire to promote the task of NCCJ - to build a community free of bias, bigotry and racism. 
 

Jody earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from UNC Greensboro. Jody's panache for public speaking led to UNCG's University Ambassador program, a service organization that would come to define his character. He also found a passion for education and human rights.

 

Upon graduation in 1999, Jody found a work-family with Replacements, Ltd. - a strong, giving and caring partner in the Piedmont-Triad community. During his tenure as the Online Marketing Coordinator at Replacements, co-chaired a United Way campaign fundraiser, and worked very closely with the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).

 

Jody moved on to UNC Charlotte to earn his Master of Arts in Counseling. He has the distinct honor of being a Past-President of Mu Tau Beta; a chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, UNC Charlotte's counseling program's honor society. In May of 2007, Jody earned his M.A. in Community Counseling. Jody resides in Greensboro, and is looking forward to making a true difference in the lives of those touched by NCCJ. 

21st Annual Youth Leadership Conference
 
Volunteers at Opening Breakfast
Volunteers at Breakfast

The Youth Leadership Conference, sponsored by Sodexo, was held on March 12 in the student union on the campus of North Carolina A & T State University. This annual event drew nearly 300 high school students, dedicated to exploring ideas and developing skills to become leaders and agents of change.  The Youth Leadership Conference was led by more than 40 Youth Ambassadors and alums of ANYTOWN.   

Greensboro Mayor Bill Knight and Guilford County Commissioner Bruce Davis attended the conference.  Commissioner Davis shared his impressions.  "I thought the program was exciting and high energy.  It was great to see the kids interacting with each other and having a great time.  This is an important event and we need to keep it going."

NCCJ is grateful to Sodexo, NC A&T, and the volunteers that gave their time in the days leading up to the conference and again on the 12th.  

Board Member Spotlight

Tim Bellamy
 
Chief Tim Bellamy joined the Greensboro Police Department in 1983 and now serves the agency as the Chief of Police. Chief Bellamy has announced that later this year, he will retire from his post.
 
Greensboro Chief of Police, Tim Bellamy
Tim Bellamy
He is a graduate of Elizabeth City State University and holds a BS degree in Criminal Justice and earned a Master's degree in Liberal Studies from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Chief Bellamy is a graduate of the 102nd Southern Police Institute - Administrative Officer Course at the University of Louisville. He is also a graduate of the 214th Session of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, VA.  A scholarship fund at Hayes Taylor YMCA has been named in honor of Chief Bellamy and his service to Greensboro.
 
Tim Bellamy has served on the NCCJ Board since 2007.  Chief Bellamy has shown his committment to diversity by completing the Other Voices program, offered by the Greensboro Chamber Commerce.  He also issued the Chief's Award to NCCJ for our work in diversity and inclusion.
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New Staff
Youth Leadership Conference
Board Member Spotlight
ANYTOWN
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Our Story
Support NCCJ
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NCCJ works to build mutual respect among all people-regardless of race, culture, sexual orientation, gender, socioeconomic background or faith-through advocacy, conflict resolution and education.
 
NCCJ of the Piedmont Triad is a non-profit, 501 (c)(3) organization located at 713 N. Greene Street.
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Ways to Support NCCJ
 
Online Giving www.nccjtriad.org
  
Gifts of Stock- contact Amanda Osborne, Director of Development and Communcations at 272.0359 x 15
 
Honor and Memorial Gifts- online or by mailing your check to NCCJ, 713 North Greene Street, Greensboro, NC 27401
 
Thank you for your support of NCCJ!
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Upcoming Events
  
 ANYTOWN-  Session 1-July 25-30, Session 2- August 1-6
 
Citation Dinner-
November 17