Join us on Thursday, December 10th as we celebrate 2020’s heroes with a stellar lineup of musical performances, candid conversations with frontline workers and insights from industry leaders. It’s all to benefit 3 NYC-based charities addressing the major issues New Yorkers face: food insecurity, mental health access and children’s health.
Our community has said that a major challenge of COVID-19 has been maintaining personal and professional well-being and engagement. This interactive session will feature Dr. Julie Kolzet, a clinical psychologist, and Michele Galen, an executive coach and former pharmaceutical executive, who will share insights and ideas for personal growth and leadership. There will also be small breakouts to foster an open conversation about purpose and direction. Our goal is that you’ll leave feeling more positive and connected, with an idea or action you might take forward on your own or at work.
All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to support mental health charities.
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Inflammation & Immunology
Dr. Amanda Parsons
Community & Population Health