Start: Tuesday, May 17, 2022 10:00AM
End: Tuesday, May 17, 2022 2:00PM
5th LESSONS IN RECOVERY AND RESILIENCE FORUM
Emerging from Tragedy:
Building Resilience after Wide-Scale Trauma and Loss
A virtual event featuring interactive online content and
survivor stories of resilience.
This 5th Lessons in Recovery and Resilience Forum presents survivors of terrorism, military conflict, mass violence and traumatic loss alongside experts in community resilience to discuss:
This virtual forum will feature keynote presentations as well as panels of experts and survivors highlighting innovative work and cross-cultural perspectives from the fields of trauma and bereavement, disaster response and recovery, and crisis intervention.
Registration to the event is free.
Featured Keynote Speakers:
Nate Boyer, Army Green Beret, philanthropist, humanitarian, and former football player for the Texas Longhorns and Seattle Seahawks.
Thelma Stober, Survivor of the 7/7 London Underground attacks, Deputy Lieutenant, Greater London, Co-Chair, Grenfell Tower Memorial Commission.
Vladimir Voronkov, Under-Secretary-General, United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism.
Best Practices in Tragedy Preparedness and Response, Community Resilience, and
Dr. Heidi Kraft, Clinical Psychologist, Navy Combat Veteran, Chief Clinical Officer Psych/Armor
Catherine Jaynes, Senior Director, External Affairs, COVID Collaborative & Partner, Cicero Group
Amy O’Neill, Clinician, Survivor of the Boston Marathon bombings, Host of “The Trauma Impact” podcast, Speaker and Presenter
Denise Lifton, Chief of Pillar I & IV, United Nations Centre for Counter-Terrorism/United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism
Reflections on Resilience from Survivors Impacted by Terrorism, Military Conflict, Mass Violence and Traumatic Loss.
Moderator: Monica Meehan McNamara, MA, family therapist; Curriculum Director, Project COMMON BOND
Eugene Belilovsky, Surviving 9/11 Family Member—lost his mother Yelena Belilovsky at the World Trade Center in 2001; Mental Health Counselor
Heather Dearman, Surviving Family Member—cousin of Ashley Moser (wounded) and aunt of Veronica Moser (killed)—from the 2012 Aurora, CO theater shooting; Co-Founder 7/20 Memorial Foundation
Amy Dozier, Gold Star Spouse to Army Staff Sgt. Jonathan Kilian Dozier, who was killed in Iraq in 2008; Donor Success Manager, Black Box Project, Stop Soldier Suicide
Reid Orlando, Covid-Bereaved Family Member—lost his mother, Pamela Orlando, an ER nurse, in April 2020; Account Executive, Medix
Thelma Stober, Survivor of the 7/7 London Underground attacks; Deputy Lieutenant, Greater London; Co-Chair, Grenfell Tower Memorial Commission
Click here to register: https://give.tuesdayschildren.org/event/2022-lessons-in-recovery-and-resilience-forum/e406103
For more information, please contact Kathryn@tuesdayschildren.org or 516-562-9000.
Tuesday’s Children is a national nonprofit whose mission is to provide long-term healing and resilience-building support to those impacted by terrorism, military conflict, and mass violence for over 20 years.