February presented terrific opportunities to engage groups interested in sustainable, local food production and disability inclusion in both Carolinas. We partnered with the Flagler-Kenan Net Impact Chapter to kick off this year’s FoodCon — Resilience, Creativity, and the Future of Food. Megan Ramage, an MBA student and Net Impact Member at UNC, loved being able to offer a unique experience to conference participants. FoodCon was hosted by her Net Impact Club in collaboration with Duke’s Fuqua’s MBA Food and Agriculture Club and the NC State Net Impact Club. Our other event was spearheaded by some amazing partners — the Center for Disability Resources at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Able South Carolina, Hire Me SC, IMPACT SC, the South Carolina Developmental Disabilities Council and Thrive Upstate. We enjoy seeing all the creative ways that organizations collaborate on our Hearts of Glass events and use them to highlight the amazing things going on in their states.