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Step Up | Step Up & Steps Forward Brings Solutions For Hillsborough Homelessness
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Step Up & Steps Forward brings solutions for Hillsborough homelessness


National experts Lipka and Mangano taking questions from business leaders and elected officials on ending Hillsborough homelessness. The University Club of Tampa Bay 09/16/13

National experts Lipka and Mangano taking questions from business leaders and elected officials on ending Hillsborough homelessness. The University Club of Tampa Bay 09/16/13

TAMPA — “Two national experts focused on finding solutions for homeless issues are speaking Tuesday morning at the University Club of Tampa to local leaders who are working to fight the problem here. The speakers are:
Philip F. Mangano, president and chief executive officer of the American Round Table to Abolish Homelessness in Boston. He previously served under President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama as executive director of the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness.
Tod Lipka, president and CEO of Step Up on Second, a large program that helps and houses those with chronic mental health issues in Santa Monica, Calif. Lipka is a member of the Clinton Global Initiative. The two men will address a group of Tampa Bay business leaders and public officials called Steps Forward…” Read more
http://fw.to/CNOA8yT via Tampa Bay Times.

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