RCC’s Faulk serves on women’s conference panel

PEMBROKE — Richmond Community College lead instructor for Human Services Technology Amanda Faulk served on a panel for RISE Women’s Conference held March 24 on the campus of the University of North Carolina-Pembroke.

Submitted photo Human Services Technology instructor at Richmond Community College Amanda Faulk speaks to the women who attended RISE Women’s Conference on March 24 at UNC Pembroke.

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Human Services Technology instructor at Richmond Community College Amanda Faulk speaks to the women who attended RISE Women’s Conference on March 24 at UNC Pembroke.

With a theme of “Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies, Healthy Lives,” RISE Women’s Conference included a mix of dynamic speakers, an interactive expo for networking, information sharing and education.

The conference serves as a platform for women of all ages and backgrounds to network with peers and become informed on timely issues that are of value to today’s women.

In addition to being an instructor, Faulk is a licensed professional counselor associate and a licensed clinical addiction specialist associate.

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