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The Importance of Private Charities for the Public Good

November 18, 2015
On Wednesday, November 18, Becki Gray, the Vice President for Outreach at the John Locke Foundation, will give a lecture at Washington College entitled “The Importance of Private Charities for the Public Good.”

Becki Gray studied at Queens College in Charlotte, earning an arts degree, before going to Meredith College and getting a paralegal certificate. She completed additional graduate work at UNC-Charlotte and UNC-Greensboro.

With the John Locke Foundation, an independent nonprofit think-tank, Gray works to provide information and assistance to the big “decision makers” that work in the public-policy process. Gray additionally is a first class member of the John Locke Foundation’s E.A. Morris Fellows, who work to encourage further leadership roles for North Carolinians in their community and professional fields. 

Gray also works as a lobbyist in both the private sector and with the North Carolina General Assembly, and as a monthly columnist for the Carolina Journal, where she addresses North Carolina politics and economics. She is a regular panelist on NCSpin, North Carolina’s only statewide TV and radio talk show program, as well as a frequent guest on other radio and television talk shows across the state.

“The Importance of Private Charities for the Public Good” is free and open to the public, and will begin at 6:30 PM, November 18, in Hynson Lounge on the College Campus. This talk is sponsored by the Washington College Institute for Religion, Politics, and Culture and is free and open to the public.

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