Timothy Overton Featured on Episode 9 of The Social Television Network Series "The Community Collaborative"
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Timothy Overton (Member, Phoenix) has been featured multiple times on The Social Television Network’s (STN) series, “The Community Collaborative.” STN is a collection of local journalist who decided to lead the initiative to provide an authentic, motivational platform that promotes actionable solutions to local community needs. “The Community Collaborative,” has created a space to highlight diversity and inclusion initiatives happening in Arizona. Timothy was recently featured in the series’, “Episode 9: The Community Challenge,” where he and fellow guests introduced challenges for community members to put their new knowledge of diversity, equity, and inclusion to action. Click here to watch.
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