Kimberly Stanley to Present at CLP Session
January 28, 2015
ALLIANCE, Ohio – The University of Mount Union’s first Continued Learning Program (CLP) session of 2015 will feature Kimberly Stanley, executive director of the Alliance Area Domestic Violence Shelter, on February 3. Stanley will discuss the prevention of domestic violence and the Alliance Area Domestic Violence Shelter.
Stanley earned a degree in criminal justice administration and Spanish from the University of Findlay and a master’s degree in social work from The University of Akron. She has been employed at the Alliance Area Domestic Violence shelter for 10 years, serving as executive director for the past eight years. She is also a licensed independent social worker. Stanley lives in Sebring with her husband, Ed, and her children, Olivia and Ivan.
The program will take place in the East Room of the Hoover Price Campus Center.
Other CLP sessions for February include Nick Hansen, executive director of the Alliance YMCA, on February 10; Geoff Elliott, an expert on Abraham Lincoln, on February 17 and a representative of Pegasus Farms on February 24.
Continued Learning Program Sessions offer a variety of presentations and topics to the public, as well as time for questions and discussion. Sessions are free and take place at 10 am each week. Following the sessions the public is welcome to stay for lunch at the Kresge Dinning Commons ($6.75) or the B&B Café (a la carte).