Wednesday, January 27, 2021 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM EST
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Visionary Sponsor


Sustaining Sponsor

Impact Alamance

Walmart Supply Chain 

Supporting Sponsor

Glen Raven, Inc


Major Sponsors

Always Best Care Senior Services

Elon University

Nelson Technology Partners

Prime Personnel Resources, Inc.

Truliant Federal Credit Union

Alamance Chamber

Pinnacle Wealth Partners- Angie Hall

Proponent Federal Credit Union

Corporate Sponsors

Pinnacle Wealth Partners- Erin L. Cockman

Gilliam Bell Moser

Katie Smith Photography

Twin Lakes Community



Working Women's Wednesday

Brown Bag Series 


Finding Your "Why" and Your Meaningful Work

Are you satisfied, happy, fulfilled in your life and work?

What if you could be clear about the work you’re here to do? What if that work was connected to your talents, gifts, and interests? How would you like to be serving others in a way that is fulfilling, impactful and resonates with your soul?

Discover how to find your SPARCK that helps you serve others in a meaningful way while giving you that sense of fulfillment. Led by Bill Johnson, this presentation will take you through a process that helps you feel empowered, passionate, energetic, and committed to create a life you desire – a life that represents who you are and where you want to go.


About Bill Johnson:

Bill Johnson is currently a Student Success Navigator and Life Design Catalyst Coach in the Life Design Catalyst (LDC) Program in the School of Health and Human Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and has been in this position since 2007. He teaches life-altering classes such as What Could I Do With My Life, Redesign a Life You’ll Love, and Side Hustle 101. He is also the Co-Founder of the Life Design Institute and the Lead Facilitator of the Life Design Catalyst Training Program.

Under William’s leadership, he has significantly increased retention and graduation rates for students in the School of HHS, as well as empowered students to create meaningful academic, career, and life plans that lead to happy, healthy, and successful lives.

Johnson holds a Master of Science in Physical Education as well as a Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Parks Administration from the University of Delaware. In 2013, the LDC Program was recognized as a “Best Advising Practice” by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. In 2018, the Program was recognized as an Outstanding Advising Program by the National Academic Advising Association.


The Zoom information will be provided during the week of the event.