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Kelly Goss Sechrist

Chairwoman of the Fund Development Committee, Cape Fear Literacy Council
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Kelly Goss Sechrist, a Wilmington resident for over ten years, has many years of experience working with nonprofits. While she started her career as an educator, she quickly transitioned to the nonprofit sector. She has worked clo  

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Jan 15, 2021

Building Our Community Through Compassion

Coretta Scott King once said, “The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.” As members of our community here in the Cape Fear Regi ...

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Raising Money In Troubled Times: 6 Ways You Can Help

My family was the typical family of the 1980s, two parents, a brother, and me, sometimes a dog, always a cat. We lived modestly and most evenings held the same routine. My dad watched the Andy Griffit ...

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