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Annual HOPE Summit

Growing HOPE – 2022 Virtual Summit

The conference site is still active with available content, resources and opportunities to network. You can access this site even if you did not register for the conference. Access to the site is free, below is a list of what is available on the site and instructions on how to log in.

Upcoming Network Opportunities:

HOPEful Connections – #2
April 20th at 4 p.m. ET

Register for Networking Event

Register and join us for an opportunity to network with others in your field who are discussing HOPE. This event will be held through the Summit event site. You did not have to have attended the Summit to participate.

What is Available on the Site:

  • Recordings from the plenary session and all the workshops.
  • The ability to make connections with other attendees.
  • Networking sessions that the HOPE team will be holding in the platform.
  • Resources are still available on this site as well.

How to Log into the Platform:

  • Use this link to log in to the conference site.
  • If you did not register for conference select “Log in with Email Link.”
  • If you did register for the conference, use the email and password you previously created to log in.
    • If you forgot your password select “Log in with Email Link.”

How to Access Recordings:

  • One the left side menu scroll down to show the option “Replays” all recorded sessions will be linked here.

Information about Continuing Education Credits
For those who attended the conference on March 8th, CEUs and CMEs are available. More details are included in the link below.

Week of HOPE

We also hosted the Week of HOPE during the week of the 2022 HOPE Summit. Learn more about the Week of HOPE, new resources released, events held and information about the upcoming 2023 Week of HOPE when it becomes available.

Past Summits

GROWING HOPE – 2022 VIRTUAL SUMMIT

TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2022

We were absolutely delighted to have Wendy Ellis, Assistant Professor and Director of the Center for Community Resilience at George Washington University, be our Keynote speaker. Her work Building Resilient Communities shows how communities can work together to create opportunities for positive childhood experiences.

We offered diverse workshops in our afternoon sessions that taught attendees how to grow HOPE within their organizations and sector specific work. There were many opportunities for networking throughout the day with speakers and other attendees. For those who attended this years Summit, we will be hosting more networking events on the platform within the coming months!

View highlights from the plenary sessions and the full schedule from 2022 below.

Spreading HOPE Virtual Summit

April 9, 2021

On April 9, 2021, the HOPE National Resource Center hosted our first annual summit. The theme in 2021 was Spreading HOPE, and among rich discussions on HOPE in various sectors, we celebrated the growing recognition of our work around the country. Over three hundred people participated from across the U.S. and five other countries, from the health, education, child welfare, and public health sectors, including front-line providers and senior executives.

Rev. Darrell Armstrong provided a powerful keynote address. Using his own life story as an example, Rev. Armstrong described how childhood adversity can be overcome; we are capable of healing even after severe trauma. Rev. Armstrong discussed how he uses HOPE to guide pre-baptismal counseling for his congregants, and how he has trained other clergy members who now add the principles of brain science to their deep spiritual tradition and connections. The recording is available below.

Keynote – Rev Darrell Armstrong

HOPE in 2021 and Beyond – Dr. Bob Sege

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