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Building a Great Life Webinar

December 8, 2022 @ 6:00 pm 7:30 pm

We are excited to announce that there will be a special Building a Great Life Webinar on Thursday December 8
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM featuring Russell Lehman

My Journey to Build a Great Life”

This will be an inspiring and uplifting session unlike any other. We hope you will join us.

Russell Lehmann is an award-winning and internationally recognized motivational speaker and poet with a platform of autism and mental health. His words have been featured in the USA Today, LA Times, NPR, Yahoo! News, Success Magazine and archived in the Library of Congress.

A graduate of MIT’s “Leadership in the Digital Age” course, Russell is on the national Board of Directors for The Arc, is a council member for the Autism Society of America, the Youth Ambassador for the mayor of Reno, Nevada, and has also sat on the Nevada Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities as well as the Nevada Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Russell showed signs of autism as a newborn, however, he was not formally diagnosed until the age of 12 after suffering through five weeks in a lockdown psychiatric facility. In 2011, Russell wrote a book titled Inside Out: Stories and Poems from an Autistic Mind, which was featured in the LA Times, earned an Honorable Mention at the 2012 NY Book Festival; read by Temple Grandin, and won the award for Literary Excellency at the 2013 International Autistic People’s Awards in Vancouver, Canada. His new book, On the Outside Looking Inrecently hit bookstores nationwide.

Russell currently travels the world spreading hope, awareness, and compassion in a raw and dynamic fashion, while also setting his sights on erasing the stigma and stereotypes that come with having a disability. Russell’s passion is to be a voice for the unheard, for he knows how difficult and frustrating it is to go unnoticed. Don’t miss this session!

Click Here to Register on Eventbrite . A zoom link will be sent to you the day of the webinar.

Questions? contact: Molly Cole | molly@ctsilc.org
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