The Dallas Comeback: Social Services

The Dallas Comeback: Social Services

How can Genesis Women’s Shelter serve critical human need when victims of domestic abuse are quarantined at home with their abusers?  Jan Langbein, CEO, reminds us that “Genesis is a lifeline” to these women. While abusers have choices of weapons, Langbein has never...
The Dallas Comeback: Healthcare

The Dallas Comeback: Healthcare

How has Dallas serviced health needs during the pandemic?  Hear from Vice President of Gift Planning for Baylor Scott & White Dallas Foundation and Kimberly Alexander, Board of Trustees, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society North...
The Dallas Comeback: Education

The Dallas Comeback: Education

Byron Sanders, CEO of Big Thought, shares how his team first got grounded – then performed a pirouette. Yes, it’s a pivot of sorts, but when Big Thought leaders came to understand that serving a young person now means also taking into account the needs of the entire...
The Dallas Comeback: The Arts

The Dallas Comeback: The Arts

Museums & The Arts – how are they pivoting?  Join Mary Pat Higgins, President & CEO of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and Ian Derrer, CEO of The Dallas Opera tonight.  They...
The Confidence Tug of War

The Confidence Tug of War

The Confidence Tug of War I’ll never forget sitting in West Virginia, alone in my apartment, staring at myself in the mirror. I had just gotten off the phone with my agent. 20 tapes returned 20 no’s to move to the next big gig. I asked my agent,...