Disrupting Poverty: Voices

MEET ade oguntoye and cindy hill

He a program fellow at the Annie E. Casey Foundation in Atlanta. She's director of the Pine Pointe Hospice in Macon. Together they give a message of our connection to those in poverty and why our help is multifaceted. They attended this month's "Out of Poverty Into Prosperity Summit" at Mercer University and joined the powerful and diverse group of thinkers who seek to tackle poverty head-on.

Meet Latonya Blasingame

She's an educator and child care provider who works in Warner Robins. She's passionate about giving a good start to young people by simply showing them love through time and attention. She has gratitude for the way her parents and grandparents created that same sense of warmth and guidance. She attended the October 12th "Out of Poverty Into Prosperity Summit" at Mercer University and lent her voice to the dozens of others who looked at the root causes of poverty and how progress can be made to get more people into prosperity.