Pamela J. Turbeville graduated with distinction from the University of Arizona in 1972 as a double major in Family and Consumer Sciences and Education. Upon graduating, Ms. Turbeville pursued graduate degrees (MBA in Finance from the University of Denver, MS in Environmental Science from the University of Texas at Dallas) and executive education (Stanford Executive Program). She was selected to receive the 2000 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) Alumni Achievement Award at the Homecoming event. Ms. Turbeville has strong family ties to the University of Arizona. Her father, John H. Turbeville, two aunts, and many other family members received UA degrees. In 2000, to support faculty research and teaching, Ms. Turbeville established The Pamela J. Turbeville Endowment in the Norton School of Human Ecology. Read More
Karen Armknecht, MBA, Chicanos por la Causa, Inc.
Victoria Iwinski, MA, Chicanos por la Causa, Inc.
Time: Friday, September 23, 2022 from 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM
Title: The Burden of the Pandemic: How Covid-19 Pushed Inequity Over the Edge
Abstract: Join the CPLC Research & Evaluation team as they present their findings from an analysis of interviews with more than 1,000 CPLC clients about the economic and health impacts of Covid-19. With lost jobs, reduced hours, lack of childcare, threats of eviction, and other family stressors, vulnerable populations are bearing the burden of the pandemic. Learn how Covid-19 is impacting your neighbors, your community, your customers, and your constituents.
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See our other previous Turbeville Speaker Series here.