Earlier today, I had the privilege of giving the keynote speech for the Georgia Association of Family & Consumer Sciences 2011 Annual Conference.
The event was held at the Columbus Convention & Trade Center.
According the organization’s website, AAFCS is the only national professional association dedicated to Family & Consumer Sciences professionals across practice areas and content specializations. AAFCS strives to improve the quality and standards of individual and family life by providing educational programs, influencing public policy, and through communication. More than 10,000+ AAFCS members work to empower individuals, strengthen families, and enable communities. Our members focus on an integrative approach to the reciprocal relationships among individuals, families and communities, as well as the environments in which they function.