Join us for an interactive, virtual workshop exploring creative ways for grieving individuals to build resilience after the loss of a loved one and a 4-week beginners creative non-fiction writing workshop for 9/11 survivors.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to making VOICES Always Remember Virtual Gala such an inspirational event! First and foremost, our Co-hosts and longstanding friends - ESPN personalities, Mike Greenberg and Jeremy Schaap.
Marsha Krell is a clinical social worker. Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, she has taken two leaves of absence from her job. “I was not comfortable being there," said Krell, an East Syracuse resident. "I was terrified. And I said 'no I can’t be there.' So I went out for three months.” More.
The United States is under serious threat of a terror attack from within. That statement is not panic or hyperbole but is based in the very real attack on the Capitol on Jan. 6 and messages monitored by federal law enforcement and security officials about follow-up actions contemplated for the days up to and including Wednesday, Inauguration Day. More.
Voices of September 11 (VOICES), a non-profit organization founded in the aftermath of the 2001 terrorist attacks, has issued a series of free tip sheets that share lessons learned about providing support and building resilience in times of crisis.
Voices of September 11th is pleased to announce that New Canaan resident, Bonnie McEneaney McNamara was elected as Chair of the Board, after serving as a board member since its inception in 2002. She is succeeding VOICES Board Chair, and former New Canaan resident Kurt Wolfgruber, who passed away in June 2019.
Bonnie had a successful career in the financial services industry where she rose to the level of Senior Vice President at MasterCard Worldwide. She spent 21 years at MasterCard in positions of increasing responsibility in new product development, promotions and sports marketing and global cardholder services. She began her career at American Express.