Please let us know what you thought about the N.C. Rural Assembly! Drop us a note: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s a sampling of the great comments we’ve received about the 2015 Rural Assembly:
• The Assembly was great! I really appreciate the knowledge gained, steps or suggested steps to proceed, and perspectives from diverse [speakers]. The hotel and meeting space was exemplary. The attendance was diverse. I met people from a broader background, thus expanding my network. The overall content was powerful … the speakers were excellent and well prepared. Looking forward to Rural Assembly 2016!
• Robust mix of exceptional panelists
• Exceptional value to attending this Rural Assembly
• I am genuinely thrilled to have met today. You and your staff made a technical event remarkable, with many take-aways. We can and will move the needle in rural N.C.
• [The N.C. Rural Assembly] was a great experience and I was especially impressed with the keynote speech [by Jonathan Chambers].
• Thank you again for the opportunity to participate in this year’s Rural Assembly. I found the day and the evening before both enjoyable and very informative, as well as inspiring!
• With each of my passing years living in North Carolina (since 1988), I become more and more proud of our state. My experience at your 2015 N. C. Rural Assembly has added tons more reasons to be proud of our state!
• From my perspective, it was great! I know when I leave these meetings with the Rural Center, I always feel re-energized to keep plugging away [back home].
• Thanks again for all you do on behalf of us in North Carolina’s rural communities. I look forward to our continued relationship and the opportunity to put to use some of what I learned.
• So glad the second Rural Assembly was such a success. You’re proving that the Rural Center’s importance is about far more than grants.
AND, thank you for the constructive feedback on how to make the 2016 Rural Assembly even better:
• Allow more time for the audience to interact with some of the speakers
• Not enough time per panel to allow questions from attendees
• Maybe the Rural Assembly is getting close to a full, two-day conference. Consider starting earlier on the first day and ending earlier on the last day.