Dismas House of St. Louis sponsored a networking symposium at co-host Mission: St. Louis’ facility

It was a warm and humid morning, but that didn’t stop Communication Director, Tara Barrett, of Dismas House of St. Louis, from a successful event.

Tara Barrett, Dismas House of St. Louis’ Communications Director, speaking on the importance of organizations joining forces to help seal a better vital community in the city. Image by The Argus Staff

There were several organizations on hand speaking about their businesses and/or places that they were representing. The venue host Mission: St. Louis was in atendance, however they were also business as usual moving around the meeting.

On each table were complimentary gift bags, and a very tasty lunch was provided as well.Tara even spoke about the work of the historic Dismas House of St. Louis’ legacy, and the need for us all to come together to build a more sustainable and marketable community.

In addition, The Argus Community Foundation spoke about being new to non-profits, yet from a historic beginning and the need for vibrancy in media. Tara also said she is looking to host many more marketing opportunities in the future.

In attendance were Rodney; The Argus Community Foundation, The Argus Media, and The Narrative Matters, Horizon School of Allied Healthcare Occupations, LLC., Ashton Russell of AOS Staffing, Employment Connection, Dismas House, Duana McNeal of Job Corps Center, Challenge Unlimited, Gregory Stanton, MA of U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Crystal D. Mitchell of U.S. Probation Office, Thomasina Sargent of Primerica and representatives from Mission: St. Louis.

Last, enjoy the slide show.

Images are by The Argus St.Louis

Learn more about both coordinators, by clicking here and reading yesterday’s post.


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