(Satellite Location: Corry) Reinventing Rural with Impact Corry: What's Happening Now and What's to Come

October 2nd,2023 | 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Professor/Instructor/Speaker: Charles Eurydice Gray, B.A.

Reinventing Rural with Impact Corry: What's Happening Now and What's to Come


Catch up with the Corry story. Impact Corry executive director Charles Gray shares where the organization has been and where it is going in its quest to use community, economic, and civic development to make our rural communities and county more successful. Learn about the successes and challenges of reinventing rural with a plan, radical collaboration, and keeping up with our shifting economic base. 


Location: Corry Higher Education Council-- 221 North Center St. Corry, PA 16407.

Date/Time: MONDAY, October 2 at 6 p.m.

Admission: FREE, pre-registration is required for guaranteed seating.

Parking: lot next to and behind building

Charles Eurydice Gray, B.A.
Executive Director, Impact Corry

Charles "Chuck" Eurydice Gray, B.A., is a community and economic development leader currently serving as executive director at Impact Corry in Corry, Pennsylvania. Impact Corry, a rural development hub organization, was recently named non-profit of the year by the Non-profit Partnership in Erie. Gray is a twenty plus year professional dedicated to radical collaboration, data, optimism, symbiotic relationships, and planning that aims at the base of the fire rather than the flames. Chuck earned her undergraduate degree in Communication Arts graduating Cum Laude from Grove City College in 1988 with minors in Literature and teaching. She continued her Graduate Level Literature Studies at Middlebury College.