Thursday August 26, 2021, 6:00 p.m. Epstein Hillel School
Six Community Road, Marblehead
Join us for an outdoor summer evening event on the plaza to hear renowned guest speaker, Dr. G, share how the challenges of the last year-and-a-half will lead to empowered, resilient, and responsible children. We will also celebrate the accomplishments of the incredible
EHS faculty and staff members who worked tirelessly to continue to provide an outstanding education for our students amidst the pandemic.
A light dinner will be served from 4:00–6:00 p.m.
Small group tours of the new David Lear Sulman Innovation Center will take place at this time. Please RSVP to confirm timing for your tour.
Book signing to follow the program
The event is open to the community at no charge. RSVP appreciated by August 19.
Please call 781-639-2880 or email Deryn Pressman-Mashin at firstname.lastname@example.org. A confirmed RSVP will ensure you receive up-to-date information should the venue change due to inclement weather.
DEBORAH GILBOA, MD, AKA “DOCTOR G”
Americans have been told to “avoid stress” so much
that experiencing stress feels like its own failure. Youth development and resilience expert, Deborah Gilboa MD,
aka “Dr. G” works with organizations, professionals, and businesses to identify the mindset and strategies to transform stress into a tool that builds mental health.
Dr. G is a leading media personality seen regularly on
TODAY, Good Morning America, and is a co-host and the Resilience Expert for The Doctors. She has also created and delivered two TEDx talks and has been featured frequently in the Washington Post, The New York Times, Forbes Magazine, Consumer Reports, and countless other digital and print outlets.
Dr. G is a board certified attending family physician. In addition to being a graduate of University of Pittsburgh’s School of Medicine (where she is also a professor) and Carnegie Mellon University, she is an alumna of Chicago’s Second City Improv Theater, the heart of which she brings to the stage.