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What do you do?
“My responsibilities include fundraising, technical writing and editing reports and proposals; public relations, events, program development, legislative work and being a representative of the agency on different community projects. It’s quite broad.”
How did you get into this job?
“WCAC was started in 1965 under president Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty, and funded under the Economic Opportunity Act. Under the federal regulations for the agency, it must have a tripartite type board, with one-third from the private sector, one-third community sector and one-third public sector representatives.
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