The event will be held on March 18th at Wake Forest University, Benson Hall 401 B&C.
The morning panel will be from 9 am to 11:30 am and feature panelists from North Carolina's faith and advocacy community. The session will be interactive and oriented towards designing next steps for faith leaders and advocates to engage in the tax reform debate.
The keynote luncheon will be given by Susan Hamill, professor at University of Alabama Law School and faith advocate for fairness in federal and state taxation. The luncheon begins at 12.
Please RSVP below.