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Fielden joins HCFCN

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Elizabeth Fielden has been named Collaborative Coordinator for the Hall County Family Connection Network (HCFCN).

Fielden has a diverse background of community service, public administration, retail management, and residential and commercial drain field design, and has been a resident of Gainesville since 1995, with the exception of living
on the West Coast from 2007 to 2009.

She has been actively involved with a number of organizations in Hall County and North Georgia devoted to families and children, including the Boys and Girls Club, Gainesville Middle School, Georgia Mountains YMCA, the Children's Center for Hope and Healing, and the Office of Regional Engagement at North Georgia College & State University. She also has spent time in West Virginia working with rural communities to stimulate agritourism and develop markets for locally grown farm products.

Fielden holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from North Georgia College & State University and she will be receiving her Master of Public Administration from NGCUS in December.

The Hall County Family Connection Network is the local Family Connection collaborative which serves as the local decision-making body and voice for the community by bringing community partners together to develop,
implement, and evaluate strategic plans that address the serious challenges facing children and families in the county.

It is part of the Georgia Family Connection Partnership, a statewide initiative of 159 community collaborative partnerships committed to making measurable improvements for children and families in Georgia.

For more information on the Georgia Family Connection Partnership visit www.gafcp.org.

For more information on the Hall County Family Connection Network visit www.hcfcn.org.
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