Cristol, Talento join Encore Learning Community Advisory Council

Arlington, VA (January 30, 2018) — Encore Learning is pleased to announce that Arlington County Board Chair Katie Cristol and Arlington Public School Board member Tannia Talento have joined its Community Advisory Council.

 

Katie Cristol said, “I’m looking forward to working with Encore Learning and supporting their ongoing efforts. Encore Learning is a valued partner that offers dynamic learning experiences to Arlington’s extensive community offerings for older adults.”

 

Tannia Talento said, “I am excited to join Encore Learning for our shared value of lifelong learning and a commitment to serving our community.  Through education, Encore Learning enriches lives in Arlington and I look forward to being a part of this great organization.”

 

Council Chair Chris Milliken said, “We are thrilled Katie and Tannia agreed to join our Community Advisory Council. We have the best minds in Arlington helping us ensure the long term sustainability of this vital community service.” Encore Learning’s Community Advisory Council meets annually to lend their local expertise and provide input to the organization’s strategic planning process.

 

The members of the Community Advisory Council are Kate Bates, Robert H. Brink, Joseph B. Bruns, Katie Cristol, Barbara Favola, Jay Fisette, David Foster, Patrick Hope, Diane Kresh, Kris Martini,
Christine T. Milliken. Patrick K. Murphy, Una Murphy, Edward Rhodes, Matthew Shank, Theo Stamos, Rip Sullivan, Tannia Talento, Emma Violand-Sanchez and Mary Margaret Whipple.

 

Encore Learning’s upcoming Course Preview on February 3 will feature brief presentations from instructors about their academic courses for the Spring 2018 semester. The event is for both current and prospective members. Membership is open to those age 50+ in the metro area.

 

Encore Learning is an Arlington, VA-based nonprofit dedicated to providing the community with high-quality lifelong learning and social opportunities at a reasonable cost. for more information, go to www.EncoreLearning.net.

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