National Urban League VP to keynote ULMT’s 49th Equal Opportunity Day Luncheon

The National Urban League’s (NUL) lead policy maker and lobbyist will deliver a keynote address at the 49th Equal Opportunity Day (EOD) Luncheon, hosted by The Urban League of Middle Tennessee (ULMT). Donald R. Cravins Jr., who serves as NUL’s senior vice president for policy and as executive director of the organization’s Washington bureau, will speak at the 11 a.m. luncheon, themed “Power of One,” at the Hilton Downtown Nashville.

According to organizers, on-site registration will be available at $85 for community seats and $2500 for tables. Pre-registration for the luncheon is also available via making an earmarked donation via PayPal or credit card online at http://ul-mdtn.iamempowered.com/. For more information about securing an advance ticket or corporate sponsorship, contact Tempest Utley at 615-254-0525.

Cravins has been a practicing attorney and a member of the Louisiana Bar Association since 1998. He was elected to the Louisiana House of Representatives in 2004, and to the Louisiana Senate in 2006. Cravins has also served as Chief of Staff for U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu of Louisiana. In his role at the NUL, Cravins leads the development of the National Urban League’s policy, research, and advocacy agenda while expanding the organization’s impact and influence inside the Capital Beltway. He also serves as an adjunct professor at George Washington University and as a captain in the District of Columbia Army National Guard Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps.

In his role at the NUL, Cravins leads the development of the National Urban League’s policy, research, and advocacy agenda while expanding the organization’s impact and influence inside the Capital Beltway. He also serves as an adjunct professor at George Washington University and as a captain in the District of Columbia Army National Guard Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps.

In his role at the NUL, Cravins leads the development of the National Urban League’s policy, research, and advocacy agenda while expanding the organization’s impact and influence inside the Capital Beltway. He also serves as an adjunct professor at George Washington University and as a captain in the District of Columbia Army National Guard Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps.

Proceeds from the annual EOD Luncheon are distributed to support the ULMT’s education and workforce development programs. Established in 1968 by a group of local business leaders, ULMT consistently impacts over 3,000 youth and adults annually. Employment resulting from ULMT services returns more than $3 million annually in wages earned by ULMT clients to the greater Nashville economy. Services include job search assistance, résumé writing/review as well as interview coaching.

 

 

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