At Leadership DeKalb, we care about the well-being of our members—their physical health, mental health, and emotional health. The Year 2020 has certainly proven to be a more difficult and challenging year for many reasons, including COVID-19, the social injustices and civil unrest in our community, and the loss of three Civil Rights Icons (Dr. Lowery, Dr. Vivian and Congressman Lewis). In order to provide comfort to our members and the general community during this difficult time, Leadership DeKalb will be hosting the “Interfaith Compassion and Care” discussion on Aug 11, 2020 06:00 PM. We invite you to join us to hear from a diverse panel on how their faiths and cultures provide comfort, care and leadership to their communities in times of crisis.
Our panelists include:
Sonja Brown ’15, Office of the District Attorney, DeKalb County, Christian Faith
Munir Meghjani ’19, Sands Investment Group, Ismaili Muslim Faith
Ann Alperin ’15, Retired, Jewish Faith
Moderated by Maria Balais, Executive Director, Leadership DeKalb, Catholic Faith