“Change Starts Now” being presented at WVU Potomac State College

Meshea Poore, vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion at West Virginia University, will present “Change Starts Now” at WVU Potomac State College on Thursday, Oct. 18.  This free event will begin at 5 p.m. in the Church-McKee Arts Center. 

Poore will relay how we all face change every day, as she discloses that change is not passive nor accidental, but rather active and purposeful.  She challenges the audience by stating, “Whether you are just starting or restarting for the third time, it is never too late to choose a new path, because… no matter where you are in life, with each day you get to reset and make a change.”

All students, employees and the community are encouraged to attend this exciting presentation that’s sure to be enlightening.

For more information, contact Jaynie Gilbert at 304.788.7115 or at ajgilbert@mail.wvu.edu.  Potomac State College is part of the WVU System and is located on the Keyser campus. 

“Change Starts Now” being presented at WVU Potomac State College