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Dr. Lauran Star
Inclusion Strategist & Psychologist, Dr. Lauran Star, author of the new book, Evidence Based Inclusion – It's Time to Focus on the Right Needle.
WEBSITE: https://www.drlauranstar.com
TWITTER/IG: @lauranstar
Dr. Lauran Star is an Inclusion Strategist, Psychologist and Author who holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, with a specialization in Inclusion, Diversity & Equity. Dr. Star is also a military veteran, serving in Desert Storm. She is author of the new book, Evidence Based Inclusion – It's Time to Focus on the Right Needle. With over two decades of driving evidence-based inclusion, diversity, and equity in STEM, Healthcare and Finance, Dr. Star has worked with executive / senior leadership, human resource management and employees with several Fortune 500 companies; helping them create an inclusive organizational culture that thrives in today’s business. https://www.drlauranstar.com/

Gisèle Huff, author of FORCE OF NATURE: The Remarkable True Story of One Holocaust Survivor’s Resilience, Tenacity, and Purpose
Gisèle Huff was born in 1936 in Paris to working-class Russian Jewish immigrants. In her new memoir, Force of Nature: The Remarkable True Story of One Holocaust Survivor’s Resilience, Tenacity and Purpose, Gisèle tells how she embraced the value of education, earning her PhD from Columbia University and launching a career in K–12 education that spanned decades. She received the Thomas A. Roe Award and the iNACOL Huff Lifetime Achievement Award. The author will donate all proceeds of each book purchase to the Gerald Huff Fund for Humanity. For more information, please visit: https://fundforhumanity.org/


Stacey McDaniel
TheYFeedsKids.org
Stacey McDaniel is an anti-hunger expert with The YMCA. Their Summer Food Program to Stop Child Hunger addresses the importance of good nutrition for helping children succeed. She’ll have timely information about food insecurity in the U.S., and some of the program designed to solve this growing problem. https://www.ymca.org/what-we-do/youth-development/food-programs/summer
Dr. Lauran Star Inclusion Strategist & Psychologist, Dr. Lauran Star, author of the new book, Evidence Based Inclusion – It's Time to Focus on the Right Needle. WEBSITE: https://www.drlauranstar.com TWITTER/IG: @lauranstar Dr. Lauran Star is an Inclusion Strategist, Psychologist and Author who holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, with a specialization in Inclusion, Diversity & Equity. Dr. Star is also a military veteran, serving in Desert Storm. She is author of the new book, Evidence Based Inclusion – It's Time to Focus on the Right Needle. With over two decades of driving evidence-based inclusion, diversity, and equity in STEM, Healthcare and Finance, Dr. Star has worked with executive / senior leadership, human resource management and employees with several Fortune 500 companies; helping them create an inclusive organizational culture that thrives in today’s business. https://www.drlauranstar.com/ Gisèle Huff, author of FORCE OF NATURE: The Remarkable True Story of One Holocaust Survivor’s Resilience, Tenacity, and Purpose Gisèle Huff was born in 1936 in Paris to working-class Russian Jewish immigrants. In her new memoir, Force of Nature: The Remarkable True Story of One Holocaust Survivor’s Resilience, Tenacity and Purpose, Gisèle tells how she embraced the value of education, earning her PhD from Columbia University and launching a career in K–12 education that spanned decades. She received the Thomas A. Roe Award and the iNACOL Huff Lifetime Achievement Award. The author will donate all proceeds of each book purchase to the Gerald Huff Fund for Humanity. For more information, please visit: https://fundforhumanity.org/ Stacey McDaniel TheYFeedsKids.org Stacey McDaniel is an anti-hunger expert with The YMCA. Their Summer Food Program to Stop Child Hunger addresses the importance of good nutrition for helping children succeed. She’ll have timely information about food insecurity in the U.S., and some of the program designed to solve this growing problem. https://www.ymca.org/what-we-do/youth-development/food-programs/summer read more read less

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