Have you seen YWCA in the news?

Have you seen YWCA in the news?

YWCA Central Carolinas has been hard at work in the Charlotte community. for more than 118 years, we have provided housing to women and families, literacy support for children and racial justice and advocacy initiatives for the entire community. We were excited to share our current programs and work with WCCB in various segments focusing on our mission.

YWCA’s CEO, Kirsten Sikkelee, and one of our Youth Learning Center graduates and 2020 Women of Achievement honorees, Ashley Jackson, spoke with WCCB’s Alexandra Elich on the local impact of YWCA.

YWCA’s CEO, Kirsten Sikkelee, and our Community Engagement Manager, Brittenay Causieestko-Lee, spoke with WCCB’s Marvin Beech about the voter engagement efforts we led throughout 2020.

YWCA’s CEO, Kirsten Sikkelee, sat down with WCCB’s Morgan Fogarty to discuss our racial justice and advocacy work.

YWCA’s CEO, Kirsten Sikkelee, and YWCA’s Women In Transition participant and Resident Advisor, Gwen Martin, spoke with WCCB’s Trish Wilford to discuss our transitional housing programs and our future affordable housing development.

WCCB spoke to YWCA’s director of fitness, Jeff Nerret, and fitness member, Angela Witt, on the reopening of our co-ed gym and the policies we’ve implemented to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

To see more news coverage of YWCA Central Carolinas and our programs, check out the News page of our site.

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