Published on: October 11, 2020
by Women’s Brain Health Initiative:
Join us Tues. Oct. 27th for an engaging virtual event on learning to manage your stress in these currently volatile, uncertain and rapidly changing times, and get the edge you need to help yourself survive and thrive.
Featuring Guest Speaker
DR. ELLEN CHOI, Organizational Psychologist and Assistant Professor
VITINA BLUMENTHAL, Brand Expert and Educator
Part of our Engaging Millennial Minds® series, ‘The Calm After the Storm’ is made possible thanks to RBC.
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