December 13, 2021
7:30-9:00 pm at the DANI Centre

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Molly Morris

Molly has worked professionally in organizational management, human resources and communications and completed a Masters in Leadership and Community Engagement in 2019. As a daughter of Holocaust survivors, Molly witnessed the highs and lows of resilience in all its intensity from a young age.

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Myra Giberovitch

Myra, MSW, RSW is a social worker, therapist, adjunct professor at McGill University, TEDx Alumna and speaker. She is the author of Recovering from Genocidal Trauma: An Information and Practice Guide for Working with Holocaust Survivors . Myra is also the daughter of Holocaust Survivors.

Daniella English

Daniella is an acclaimed writer and media personality. Her renowned blog, The Not So Single Life, touches the lives of thousands by providing poignant and inspiring accounts of parenthood and mindful living. Daniella regularly uses her influence to promote awareness for issues such as mental health, disability rights, LGBTQ+ and social equity.

Gabrielle Kaplan- Mayer

Gabby, B.F.A., M.A. directs Jewish Learning Venture's Whole Community Inclusion initiative. Her most recent book The Little Gate Crasher is a memoir of her Great-uncle, who overcame society's prejudices about dwarfism to lead a remarkable life. She's also written a journal created for fellow parents raising children with disabilities

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In-person location

Registration deadline is December 8

a Zoom link will be sent out to those wisihng to particiapte online 

60 seats available in person

$36/person • Full donation receipt

If you are deaf and need an ASL translator, let us know by Dec. 8

Proof of vaccination and masks needed

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