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Empathy Concert with Patti Murin, Colin Donnell, and Telly Leung – Friday, September 11th

Saratoga Springs, NYLearning NewsThe MASIE Center

Elliott Masie & Telly Leung are hosting the 18th weekly one-hour Empathy Concert on Friday, September 11th, with perspectives on learning virtually in these challenging times. Featuring Zoom Global Education Lead Anne Keough Keehn, plus Broadway and TV Stars Patti Murin, Colin Donnell, and Co-Host Telly Leung.

Empathy Concert - Friday, September 11 at 4pm ET
Empathy Concert - Friday, September 11 at 4pm ET 

Join hosts Elliott Masie and Telly Leung on Friday, September 11th for a powerful and practical Empathy Concert featuring Anne Keough Keehn, the Global Education Lead at Zoom. Elliott will interview Anne about the huge impacts of the Pandemic on learning virtually and explore the role of Empathy in Learning and Learning in Empathy. Anne has held many senior roles in Learning and Education, including at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Pearson. We will explore the learnings that Zoom has had during these unique times.

Empathy Concert!
Friday, September 11th – 4 pm to 5 pm EDT
Reserve a Space: https://www.masie.com/empathy911
 

Empathy is one of our most powerful approaches, tools, and connections. For our 18th Concert & Perspectives session, we will be combining Broadway performers and Learning Business Leaders in an uplifting one-hour focus on Empathy! 

We are honored to feature these amazing Broadway and Television Performers:

  • Patti Murin (Frozen, Lysistrata Jones, Hairspray)
  • Colin Donnell (Anything Goes, Violet, Chicago Med, and CW's Arrow)
  • Telly Leung (Aladdin, Glee, Rent, Allegiance)

Broadway star Patti Murin is not only known for her truthful storytelling of iconic characters on-stage, like Anna in Frozen, but she is also a vocal advocate for mental health and candidly shares her story about fighting COVID-19 while 6 months pregnant in an effort to promote empathy.

This is the 18th Empathy Concert Hour that we have produced since the beginning of the pandemic. We have addressed the issues of “work from home”, economic disruption, and racial injustice. We have honored teachers and explored the intersection of humor and empathy. EMPATHY is essential to our employees, our organizations, and to our families and children in these uncertain times!

Please take one hour and be part of a unique, high-energy program. We have a limit of 3,000 live spaces on this free video session.

Join us! Empathy Concert – Friday, September 11th from 4 pm to 5 pm EDT. Reserve a space at https://www.masie.com/empathy911

To view our past Empathy Concerts and other events, please visit https://www.masie.com for archived video of all our sessions.