This event will feature Washington University administration and alumni experts in the mental health space. Mary McKay, Neidorff Family and Centene Corporation Dean of the Brown School, will facilitate a panel discussion surrounding mental health on campus, challenges Universities face across the country, opportunities for improvement, and innovations happening at WashU. There will be time for questions from the audience.
This event, sponsored by the LEAD Initiative, is free and open to Eliot Society donors and those interested in learning more about joining the Eliot Society. The LEAD Initiative is a group of emerging leaders who are committed to engaging, educating, and exposing recent alumni to ways they can be more connected with Washington University. This Initiative is an opportunity to bring these alumni leaders from different schools into a unified community. Together, and through recruiting their peers, the LEAD Initiative will continue to grow and connect through engagement, service, and supporting specific needs at Washington University.
A light continental breakfast will be provided.
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