Mount Morris Talks …. to Gerri Warren-Merrick.

Gerri Warren-MerrickYou may not recognize her on the street, but she’s definitely someone worth talking to! And when Mount Morris Talks! on April 12, you’ll get the chance.

Gerri Warren-Merrick, Pittsburgh native, Penn State journalism graduate and former Vice President of Global Public Policy for Time Warner, Inc. has experience, energy and insight in abundance and she’s ready and eager to share.

After more than 20 years in the corporate arena, Gerri stepped into the next phase of her professional life by “redefining herself” and emerging at the helm of her eponymous firm.

WarrenMerrick Communications is a boutique consulting firm specializing in public policy, communications strategy, philanthropy and social responsibility. In addition to running the business, she sits on the SUNY Board of Trustees and the boards of Big Brothers, Big Sisters and Abyssinian Development Corporation.

But her civic involvement is about action, not accolades. Gerri has consistently put her mettle to the metal – whether as a David Rockefeller Fellow focused on public policy and corporate responsibility in NYC, or as the power behind an upcoming job fair later this month at Abyssinian Baptist Church, or as an advocate for recognizing the significance of women and the African-American Community.

Join us at 6:30 PM, Thursday, April 12, in the Harlem Branch Library Community Room, 9 W 124 Street, for Mount Morris Talks! and  hear what Gerri Warren-Merrick has to say … and you’re sure to leave inspired.

Mount Morris Talks! logoMount Morris Talks! is a series of conversations between the community and leaders, news makers, artists, authors and thinkers who live in the Harlem area. MMPCIA is proud to sponsor this series and offers it free of charge to the community.

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