Tanner to give keynote at United Way case management summit

Ryan Jude Tanner

Ryan Jude Tanner

QUINCY — The United Way of Adams County Community Building Council Poverty team will host a case management summit from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 26 at the Quincy Senior Center.  

The summit aims to bolster awareness and collaboration in case management within Adams County. Highlights of the day include Ryan Jude Tanner who will speak during brunch.

Tanner is an American businessman, philanthropist and two-time Tony Award-winning producer. He is the co-founder and chief executive of Tanninger Companies. His firm specializes in asset management across diverse sectors including entertainment, healthcare, hospitality, e-commerce, and real estate development. Tanninger Companies serves as the parent company to the Patio Restaurant and Lounge in Quincy. 

With more than two decades of experience, Tanner is celebrated for his meticulous attention to detail and relentless perseverance in overcoming challenges. Beyond his business ventures, Tanner is deeply committed to philanthropy and dedicated to inspiring future leaders through his belief in equality of opportunity for all. 

“The summit’s mission is straightforward: to transform and safeguard lives through comprehensive case management,” Tanner said in a press release. “However, its scope extends beyond simplicity. Each provider shoulders the Herculean responsibility of breaking the cycle of generational poverty, particularly for young children and their families.  I have a bird’s eye view of what happens when the Adams County community harnesses its full potential.”

A “Lived Experience” panel will offer invaluable insights into navigating the complexities of poverty case management. The summit will include workshops on “Culture of Care,” “Client Engagement & Relationships” and “Transportation,” fostering networking opportunities among agencies and an environment of knowledge exchange and professional growth.

“The Community Building Council (CBC) Solution Teams are a direct result of the Community Needs Assessment, published in conjunction with Blessing Health System and the Adams County Health Department,” said Natalie Cornwell, director of community impact and reinvestment at the United Way of Adams County. “One of the CBC Poverty Team goals is to Increase access to individualized case management and programming for residents of Adams County. The team hopes the summit will do just that, offering information on reducing barriers, enhancing accessibility and ensuring client support within a framework that emphasizes client participation as a collaborative effort.”

Registration is open at https://snwbl.it/haufy5.

Agencies are asked to limit participation to three representatives. Contact the United Way of Adams County for additional information at https://www.unitedwayadamsco.org/ or natalie@unitedwayadamsco.org 

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