Working Towards The Common Good We Can Create And Sustain A Caring, Diverse And Dynamic Outer Banks Community And Beyond.
Common Good includes equity, fairness and the opportunity for every person to be clothed, fed, healthy, safe and free to achieve their potential. The Common Good asks us to do this challenging work with compassion – to speak the truth, in love, to power. When diverse people come together, listen to new ideas and perspectives, and ask questions we have the power to transform the good for all, the common good is made manifest. These are difficult, complex issues we grapple with as we work for the Common Good: poverty, education, health care, environmental justice, inequalities in the criminal justice system and ensure equality under the law for every person, regardless of race, class, creed, documentation or sexual preference.
Nancy Proctor has a background in organizational and human development. With a degree from the University of Utah, she furthered her education at the Star King Theological College, University of Maryland, and the London School of Economics. Nancy retired more than a dozen years ago from Keller Hayward Baker, an international geotechnical design/build company. She and her husband, Larry, have two wonderful grandchildren who live in Kill Devil Hills.
For the last ten years, Nancy has used her experience in organizations, communications and digital media to manage and publish CommonGood Complications which includes a weekly newsletter, website, twitter, Facebook, a calendar, and a volunteer directory,
Outer Banks CommonGood Nonprofit Association is an unincorporated nonprofit association governed by N.C.G.S. Chapter 59B: Uniform Unincorporated Nonprofit Association. We act to connect people to organizations, agencies, volunteer opportunities and to issues and concerns in our community. Donations to Outer Banks CommonGood Association are not deductible. Your donation is considered a non-taxable / non-deductible gift. The donations are not reported on a tax form.