Money, Power, Respect | Live Music, Refreshments, and Thought-Provoking Conversations #NoCeilingCLE
A deep dive discussion around mental health concerns in Cleveland, including stigma, statistics, and testimonials.
Enjoy live music, refreshments, and thought-provoking conversations with other young professionals and career-focused individuals in Main Library’s Eastman Reading Garden in downtown Cleveland.
Friday, May 27 | 5:30 – 8:30pm Main Library, Eastman Reading Garden Entertainment
Performance by Hip-Hop Artist, Archie Green
Music provided by DJ StepOne
Gelise L. Thomas Moderator
Gelise L. Thomas is the Assistant Director of Strategic DEI & Health Disparities at Case Western Reserve.
Archie Green Panelist
Archie Green is the Founder and CEO of Peel Dem Layers Back. Archie will also perform at this event.
Courtney Hauser Panelist
Courtney Hauser is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor – LPC, and author of
From Victim to Survivor.
Dr. Molly McVoy Panelist
Dr. Molly McVoy is an Assistant Professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, and Program Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at UH Cleveland Medical Center.
Images from the Event
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