Thank you to all who joined us for Lived and Shared: Stories of a Healing Community!
On May 6, 2021 we gathered for a virtual event featuring Kevin Hines, a Netflix documentary maker with a true story of hope after surviving a jump off the Golden Gate Bridge. The evening featured inspirational stories, mission moments and the impact of your investment in children’s mental health.
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About Keynote Speaker Kevin Hines
Kevin Hines is a mental health advocate, global speaker, best-selling author, documentary filmmaker and entrepreneur who reaches audiences all over the world with his story of an unlikely survival and his strong will to live.
Two years after he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder (at 19 years of age), he attempted to take his own life. He is a survivor who is actively spreading the message of living mentally healthy around the globe. https://www.kevinhinesstory.com/
About Emcee Jasmine Stringer
Jasmine is a keynote speaker, award-winning author of Seize Your Life: How to Carpe Diem Every Day, on-air TV personality, #SharetheMicMN and host of the podcast and lifestyle blog Carpe Diem with Jasmine. Jasmine’s mission is to help people live empowered and authentic lives. https://carpediemwithjasmine.com/
About Spoken Word Poet Joe Davis
Joe Davis is a nationally-touring artist, educator and speaker based in Minneapolis, MN. He employs poetry, music, theater and dance to shape culture. Davis has keynoted and facilitated conversation about racial justice, trauma and healing, and has served as teaching artist at hundreds of high schools and universities including New York, Boston and most recently as the Artist-in-Residence at Luther Seminary where he earned a Master’s degree in Theology of the Arts. http://joedavispoetry.com/
“Our child has greater freedom from anxiety. We feel more connected as a family and more deeply understand our child’s experience after working with our Washburn Center therapist.”
– a hope filled parent